Reflecting on a theory of biological nomenclature (onymology)

Reflecting on a theory of biological nomenclature (onymology)

Erna Aescht urn:lsid:zoobank.org:pub:A04F2282-25A6-42DD-A5E7-B1AB63813CEE The French herpetologist and polyhistor Alain Dubois is one of the most prolific writters and practitioners engaged in solving nomenclatural problems as regards amphibians and reptiles. Of his nearly 500 publications – a large proportion single-authored, but with remarkably many co-authors (see this volume pages 5–12) –, roughly 25 % focus on theoretical aspects of nomenclature, which he has developed during thirty years of teaching ‘taxonomy’. The present essay tries to give an overview, a kind of...

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