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nasa
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Posted - 14/12/2017 :  06:19:05  Show Profile  Email Poster  Reply with Quote

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From Trus Madi, Sabah, Borneo.
Thanks!

Edited by - Xavier on 14/12/2017 10:04:46

Robert
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Posted - 14/12/2017 :  06:36:46  Show Profile  Email Poster  Visit Robert's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Chlorophorus (Chlorophorus) sumatrensis (Laporte de Castelnau & Gory, 1841)

Robert V.

Edited by - Robert on 14/12/2017 06:37:10
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Xavier
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Posted - 14/12/2017 :  10:04:25  Show Profile  Email Poster  Reply with Quote
Il n'y a pas de sous-genre chez les Chlorophorus, donc simplement Chlorophorus sumatrensis (Castelnau & Gory, 1841)
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Francesco
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Posted - 14/12/2017 :  11:46:52  Show Profile  Email Poster  Visit Francesco's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Unfortunately, yes Xavier.

Özdikmen wrote a paper (here) with stolen images and so poor in scientific arguments that every referee with a minimum of competence would have refused... unfortunately, he published it in a self-produced magazine...
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nasa
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Posted - 14/12/2017 :  13:04:06  Show Profile  Email Poster  Reply with Quote
Thanks, all!
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Xavier
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Posted - 14/12/2017 :  13:39:13  Show Profile  Email Poster  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Francesco

Unfortunately, yes Xavier.

Özdikmen wrote a paper (here) with stolen images and so poor in scientific arguments that every referee with a minimum of competence would have refused... unfortunately, he published it in a self-produced magazine...

Only four subgenus? why not ten? He must have studied very seriously the 256 species known to offer that.
You think I could ask him to upgrade my pokemeons, too?
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