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Abstract

Forming Latin species names (specific epithets) as “nominative nouns in apposition” (according to Rule 12c of the ) has often been misunderstood or posed problems. Here, this grammatical construction is explained, and 24 cases that did not meet the requirements for this type of construction are corrected to a genitive noun or adjectival form in agreement with Rule 12c.

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1997-07-01
2019-12-14
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