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Jaime A Headden wrote :

Schaefer, J.A. & Wilson, C.C. 2002. The fuzzy structure of populations.
_Canadian Journal of Zoology -- Revue de Canadienne du Zoologique_ 80
(12): 2235-2241.
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Fuzzy classification is more in tune with the
empirical and philosophical foundations of our discipline and can
reconcile our need to classify with an inherently vague biological world.

Isn't it in contradiction with cladistics?

Cheers 
Jean-Michel