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Abstract

With reference to the first Principle of the , which emphasizes stability of names, it is proposed that the original adjectival form of the specific epithet be conserved in the reclassification of to the new genus . Thus, Sakamoto . 2002 should be Sakamoto . 2002 corrig., gen. nov., comb. nov., and we put forward a Request for an Opinion to the Judicial Commission regarding this correction.

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