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RE: Does a published paper make it 'technically' right? more...

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Posted by: rayhoser at Sun Nov 23 23:44:13 2003  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by rayhoser ]  
   

Re the previous posts they generally seem sound, however I have a minor disagreement with the previous correspondent (Wulf).
That is re the Museums ignoring requests or words to that effect.
My own experiences and that of most peers is that museum curators are generally very helpful to researchers and even those who are clearly not even likely to publish, the latter being due to a desire for Museums to maintain public relevance.
The only constraint on this in terms of myself has been the schedules of collection managers and the like, but working within these constraints they've generally been faultless.
By the way Wulf, do you regard Leiopython hoserae Hoser 2000 as a valid taxon?, or merely as being no different to albertisi?
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