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In a message dated 2/25/02 7:32:25 PM Pacific Standard Time, email@example.com writes:
Thus only reinforces the problematic usage of
apomorphy-based taxa and reasoning (a name that sounds like a feature
should be defined on this feature).
Hence my argument that, if you don't like apomorphy-based definitions, don't use apomorphy-based names!