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On an ambiguity in article 20 of the "Regies" brought to light by Dr. Helen Muir-Wood's application for a ruling on the question of whether names based on words containing letters having a diacritic mark are to be regarded as homonyms when one membe

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The Bulletin of zoological nomenclature.

Volume

6

Pages

94--96

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.part.15995

Title

On an ambiguity in article 20 of the "Regies" brought to light by Dr. Helen Muir-Wood's application for a ruling on the question of whether names based on words containing letters having a diacritic mark are to be regarded as homonyms when one membe

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Hemming, Francis.

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Article

Date of Publication

1951

Original Publication

The Bulletin of zoological nomenclature.

Volume

6

Pages

94--96

Contributed by

BioStor

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.part.15995

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London,International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature.

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BioStor: 2543
ISSN: 0007-5167

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title = {On an ambiguity in article 20 of the "Regies" brought to light by Dr. Helen Muir-Wood's application for a ruling on the question of whether names based on words containing letters having a diacritic mark are to be regarded as homonyms when one membe},
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publisher = {London,International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature.},
author = {Hemming, Francis.},
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TI - On an ambiguity in article 20 of the "Regies" brought to light by Dr. Helen Muir-Wood's application for a ruling on the question of whether names based on words containing letters having a diacritic mark are to be regarded as homonyms when one membe
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PB - International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature.
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DO - 10.5962/bhl.part.15995
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