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Vol 1: 24 Dec. 2010 Bionomina, a forum for the discussion of nomenclatural and terminological issues in biology Abstract
Alain DUBOIS
 
Vol 8: 18 June 2015

Further proposals about higher zoological nomenclature, and a lesson of humility: the solution to a recent controversy about the authorship and date of the nomen Amphibia had already been published one century ago

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Alain Dubois
 
Vol 10, No 1: 11 November 2016

Acanthophis cryptamydros Maddock, Ellis, Doughty, Smith & Wüster, 2015 is an invalid junior synonym of Acanthophis lancasteri Wells & Wellington, 1985 (Squamata, Elapidae)

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ROSS WELLINGTON
 
Vol 10, No 1: 11 November 2016

Darevskia and Iberolacerta (Reptilia, Lacertidae): Arribas, 1997 or 1999? The correct dating of two nomenclatural acts affecting Palearctic lizards, and validation of the name Caucasilacerta Harris, Arnold & Thomas, 1998

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STEPHEN D. BUSACK, ALFREDO SALVADOR, AARON M. BAUER, HINRICH KAISER
 
Vol 9: 24 December 2015

An often overlooked Rule of the Code, and its bearing on the authorship and date of the nomen Proteidae (Amphibia, Urodela)

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Alain Dubois, Annemarie Ohler
 
Vol 10, No 1: 11 November 2016

Classes, taxa and categories in hierarchical virus classification: a review of current debates on definitions and names of virus species

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MARC H.V. VAN REGENMORTEL
 
Vol 8: 18 June 2015

On inconsistency in, and undesirable side effects of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature

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Ivan Löbl
 
Vol 9: 24 December 2015

On the original description of the Sacred Shrew, Sorex religiosa I. Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, 1826 [nec 1827] (Mammalia: Soricidae)

Abstract
Neal Woodman
 
Vol 9: 24 December 2015

Stability under the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature: a bag of problems affecting nomenclature and taxonomy

Abstract
Ivan Löbl
 
Vol 10, No 1: 11 November 2016

The nomenclatural status of the amphibian nomina published by Luuc Bauer from 1985 to 1994, with comments on the Rules of the Code concerning the techniques of printing

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ALAIN DUBOIS, THIERRY FRÉTEY, ANNEMARIE OHLER
 
Vol 9: 24 December 2015

What is an anonymous publication? Is the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature anonymous?

Abstract
Alain Dubois
 
Vol 8: 18 June 2015

Zoological nomina in the century of extinctions: new proposals

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Alain Dubois
 
Vol 9: 24 December 2015 Forming taxon names from Greek words Abstract
Evangelos Vlachos
 
Vol 10, No 1: 11 November 2016 Notes on the nomenclature of Sicista Griffith, 1827 (Rodentia: Sminthidae) Abstract
MIKHAIL RUSIN, MARIA GHAZALI, MARIA SEMENIKHINA
 
Vol 7: 6 June 2014 Primary, secondary and tertiary syntypes and virtual lectotype designation in zoological nomenclature, with comments on the recent designation of a lectotype for Elephas maximus Linnaeus, 1758 Abstract
Alain Dubois, André Nemésio, Roger Bour
 
Vol 7: 6 June 2014 Proposal of an integrated framework of biological taxonomy: a phylogenetic taxonomy, with the method of using names with standard endings in clade nomenclature Abstract
Shun-Ichiro Naomi
 
Vol 3: 21 Apr. 2011 A zoologist’s viewpoint on the Draft BioCode Abstract
Alain DUBOIS
 
Vol 1: 24 Dec. 2010 Being obsessive-compulsive about terminology and nomenclature is not a vice, but a virtue Abstract
Jens H. KUHN, Victoria WAHL-JENSEN
 
Vol 1: 24 Dec. 2010 Circumscriptional names of higher taxa in Hexapoda Abstract
Nikita Julievich KLUGE
 
Vol 1: 24 Dec. 2010 Constant Duméril’s Zoologie Analytique was published in 1805 Abstract
Roger BOUR
 
Vol 3: 21 Apr. 2011 Draft BioCode (2011) Principles and Rules regulating the naming of organisms New draft, revised in November 2010 Abstract
Werner GREUTER, George GARRITY, David L. HAWKSWORTH, Regine JAHN, Paul M. KIRK, Sandra KNAPP, John MCNEILL, Ellinor MICHEL, David J. PATTERSON, Richard PYLE, Brian J. TINDALL
 
Vol 3: 21 Apr. 2011 Introducing the Draft BioCode (2011) Abstract
David L. HAWKSWORTH
 
Vol 5: 30 Mar. 2012 Nomenclature, terminology and language Abstract
Mark EPSTEIN
 
Vol 6: 28 June 2013 Notes on the original description of the maned three-toed sloth, Bradypus torquatus (Mammalia, Pilosa, Bradypodidae), by Johann Karl Wilhelm Illiger in 1811 Abstract
Markus LAMBERTZ
 
Vol 4: 22 Dec. 2011 Signs and terminology: Science caught between language and perception Abstract
Lars M. VOGT
 
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