|Vol 1: 24 Dec. 2010||Being obsessive-compulsive about terminology and nomenclature is not a vice, but a virtue||Abstract PDF (50 KB) PDF/A (100 KB)|
|Jens H. KUHN, Victoria WAHL-JENSEN|
|Vol 5: 30 Mar. 2012||Nomenclature, terminology and language||Abstract|
|Vol 3: 21 Apr. 2011||The rich but confusing terminology of biological nomenclature: a first step towards a comprehensive glossary||Abstract|
|Vol 3: 21 Apr. 2011||Viewing the Draft BioCode as a protistologist and museum employee||Abstract|
|Vol 3: 21 Apr. 2011||A zoologist’s viewpoint on the Draft BioCode||Abstract PDF (200 KB) PDF/A (200 KB)|
|Vol 2: 18 Feb. 2011||The International Code of Zoological Nomenclature must be drastically improved before it is too late||Abstract PDF (1,750 KB) PDF/A (3,050 KB)|
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