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Reviewintegrative future of taxonomy

  title={Reviewintegrative future of taxonomy},
  author={J. Padial and A. Miralles and I. D. L. Riva and M. Vences},
  • J. Padial, A. Miralles, +1 author M. Vences
  • Published 2010
  • Biology
  • Background: Taxonomy is the biological discipline that identifies, describes, classifies and names extant and extinct species and other taxa. Nowadays, species taxonomy is confronted with the challenge to fully incorporate new theory, methods and data from disciplines that study the origin, limits and evolution of species. Results: Integrative taxonomy has been proposed as a framework to bring together these conceptual and methodological developments. Here we review perspectives for an… CONTINUE READING
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