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Re: Coloradia -- A moth?



On Wed, 6 Feb 2002, Nicholas Gardner wrote:

> Uhmmm...was this already known?  I queried up "Coloradia" on the Google
> search and instead of a dinosaur, I got moths.  To my horror, I read on to
> learn that some kind of moth has the name *Coloradia*.  Is this why we have
> *Coloradisaurus*?

My site lists _Coloradia_ Bonaparte 1978 as preoccupied by _Coloradia_
Blake 1863 -- is that a moth?

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