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Re: Ichnogenus Anomoepus morphological variation



A new paper:
>
> Sebastian G. Dalman and Robert E. Weems (2013) A New Look at
> Morphological Variation in the Ichnogenus Anomoepus, with Special
> Reference to Material from the Lower Jurassic Newark Supergroup:
> Implications for Ichnotaxonomy and Ichnodiversity. Bulletin of the
> Peabody Museum of Natural History 54(1):67-124 doi:
> http://dx.doi.org/10.3374/014.054.0104
> http://www.bioone.org/doi/abs/10.3374/014.054.0104
>
> [...] Evidence from the East Berlin Formation suggests that
> ichnogenus Anomoepus is not monospecific as some authors have
> suggested.

Does the term "ichnogenus" have a definition, so that evidence could suggest any such thing? After all, the term "genus" doesn't.