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As I remember the current rule, single letter differences are allowed.
Homonymy must be exact to be forbidden. Also, it is the *roman*
alphabet spelling that matters, so Pro-toro-saurus = "before
bull lizard" (with an first 'o' representing an omega, and
Protoro-saurus = "first lizard" (with the first 'o' representing
an omicron) are considered homonyms (ack, which ceratopsian was
first named Protorosaurus, Chasmosaurus or one of the others?).
The peace of God be with you.