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The nomenclatural status of the amphibian and reptile nomina introduced by La Cepède in his Histoire Naturelle des Quadrupèdes Ovipares et des Serpens, with comments on various questions of zoological nomenclature
Science versus vernacular: should some taxa of animals and plants be renamed according to ‘indigenous’ practices?
Eponyms as scientific recognition to Queen Astrid and King Leopold III of Belgium
On the availability of the recently proposed nomen Leptodactylus avivoca (Anura, Leptodactylidae)
Fabrikirkia nom. nov (Annelida, Sabellida, Fabriciidae), new replacement name for the junior homonym Parafabricia Fitzhugh, 1992
Tritesia, a new substitute name for Tetrisia Walker, 1867 (Lepidoptera: Erebidae)
It is high time that taxonomists follow the Code. 3. The Bungarus romulusi case (Serpentes, Elapidae)
Classes, taxa and categories in hierarchical virus classification: a review of current debates on definitions and names of virus species
Corrections to the nomenclature of sawskates (Rajiformes, Sclerorhynchoidei)
Herpetological higher taxa nomina. 6. Gymnophiona Rafinesque, 1814
It is high time that taxonomists follow the Code. 2. The Virgotyphlops case (Serpentes, Typhlopidae
The authorship of the name of the megatooth shark Carcharocles (Lamniformes, Otodontidae)