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Re: Linnean Classification and Creationism
>In a message dated 95-12-14 12:05:11 EST, ArtSippo@aol.com writes:
>>The arguments over what really is or isn't a fish
>>or reptile or bird is purely arbitrary since the only really extant
>>biological types in nature are genera and species which are the only groups
>>which may share a common gene pool.
Dino George replies:
>Even these are arbitrary: When are two species close enough to be
The defintion of congeneric refers to two or more species that share the
same genus. What do you mean by this retort? Congeric refers to congeners,
as in 'co-genera', and there are lots of species close enough to be
congeneric, nearly all in essence.