HEDYLIDAE: A RESPONSE TO WEINTRAUB and MILLER

@article{Scoble1988HEDYLIDAEAR,
  title={HEDYLIDAE: A RESPONSE TO WEINTRAUB and MILLER},
  author={Malcolm Scoble},
  journal={Cladistics},
  year={1988},
  volume={4}
}
  • M. Scoble
  • Published 1 March 1988
  • Psychology
  • Cladistics
Weintraub and Miller (1987) have misjudged the tenor ofmy exploratory work on the Hedylidae, a Fimily of macrolepidopterans that I assigned to the butterflies is.1.; ~ Scot)lr. 1986). Although they accept that the work was an hypothesis to stimulate further research, for the greater part of their review they forget this essential point. Pt’eintraub and Miller’s text is about one-fifth of the length of the paper they review, yet it fails to provide either a critical assessment or any alternative… 
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