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    Katja Schulz marked the classification from "NCBI Taxonomy" as preferred for "Axioidea".

    almost 2 years ago

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    Katja Schulz commented on "Axioidea":

    @Kim Mitter: Thanks, I have started to separate these concepts, and I have selected NCBI as the preferred classification on the Cimeliidae and CImelioidea pages. Axiidae/Axioidea are still featured in the Names tab, and they will remain there until the source classifications are updated (we cannot change the data of our content partners). Also it may take a few days for the content to get reindexed on these pages, so for now, we still have shrimp on the moth pages. Turns out that there's also a Axia Ferguson 1954 in Platyhelminthes, which we still need to sort out.

    almost 2 years ago

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    Katja Schulz merged another page with .

    almost 2 years ago

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    Katja Schulz marked the classification from "NCBI Taxonomy" as preferred for "".

    almost 2 years ago

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    Katja Schulz marked the classification from "NCBI Taxonomy" as preferred for "Axiidae".

    almost 2 years ago

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    Cyndy Parr commented on "Axioidea":

    @Kim Mitter: Thanks Kim! We have been slowly trying to straighten out these homonym problems but I don't see how both shrimp and moth can validly be Axia. We can also set up a source to change the placement for Axia in Leps. But while other database sources conflict it will just be one voice in the wilderness.

    almost 2 years ago

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    Kim Mitter commented on "Axioidea":

    PROBLEM: Axia is the genus name for the shrimp pictured but certainly NOT a Lepidoptera. The name of the moth genus is still Axia but the family name is Cimeliidae. Someone with administrator chops needs to straighten this out. The superfamily name Axioidea and the family name Axiidae belong (by prior use) to the shrimps pictured. The moth genus Axia is now placed in family CImeliidae and superfamily CImelioidea. Please replace the superfamily and family names in Lepidoptera and remove the decapod photos from the Lepidoptera pages!

    almost 2 years ago • edited: almost 2 years ago

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