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No, what I meant was - S MilleNii is taken, however S MilleNNii is not.
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From: Timothy Williams <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, October 14, 1999 8:42 PM
Subject: Re: Millennium
> Samuel Barnett wrote:
> >Looking on the bright side (as it has been presented by the recent thread
> >"ICZN details"): If this taxon proves to be a junior synonym of a
> >known species, the name Sinornithosaurus Millennii is still up for grabs.
> Umm... no it isn't. Once a name is used, it's preoccupied for eternity,
> regardless of whether somebody considers it a junior synonym or not. I
> thought that's what the "ICZN thread" was all about.
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