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Re: Ancient neognaths without much generic diversity.

David Marjanovic writes:
 > > Could anyone explain this peculiar phenonemon?
 > It's very simple:
 > _*There is no such thing as generic diversity.*_
 > The term "genus" does not have a definition. Whatever I declare to
 > be a genus is a genus; you can disagree, but I cannot be wrong

True; but you can't be right, either :-)

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