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26-05-2020 14:22

David Navarro David Navarro

Hi all, The CIRM-CF and the BBF Lab looking for m

26-05-2020 09:28

Mirek Gryc

Hi.On Betula bark, I recently found a species of m

24-05-2020 11:31

Camille Mertens

Bonjour à tous.Sur branche (alnus?), en bordure d

24-05-2020 10:10

Castillo Joseba Castillo Joseba

me mandan el material seco recolectada en tallo d

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DirkW DirkW

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23-05-2020 21:03

Elisabeth Stöckli

Bonsoir, Trouvé sur branche morte aérienne d'un

25-05-2020 10:17

Joop van der Lee

Because some of us do think that T. minuta is a st

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Joop van der Lee

The reason why I post all these different characte

24-05-2020 17:54

Juuso Äikäs

I visited a small swamp and found these growing on

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Robin Isaksson Robin Isaksson

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Question about nomenclature
Peter Welt, 02-12-2019 09:24
Peter Welt
A question about nomenclature. Is it permissible for a genus of fungi and a genus of beetles to have the same name?

Thomas Læssøe, 02-12-2019 09:41
Re : Question about nomenclature
there is no unicode, so yes. But if it is a yet uncoined name it would be advisble to avoid it :-)
Peter Welt, 02-12-2019 09:50
Peter Welt
Re : Question about nomenclature
Thanks, the name has been around since 1967. Caccobius of Kimbrough in Kimbrough & Korf, Am. J. Bot. 54 (1): 22. Is probably a mushroom as well as a beetle genus (dung beetle).

Best regard Peter

Uwe Lindemann, 02-12-2019 09:52
Uwe Lindemann
Re : Question about nomenclature
Lieber Peter,

meines Wissens ist das kein Problem.

Viele Grüße, Uwe
Peter Welt, 02-12-2019 10:03
Peter Welt
Re : Question about nomenclature
Danke Till äh Uwe. ;-) Komisch ist es aber schon. Gruß Peter

PS: Schlüssel schon mal angesehen?
Lothar Krieglsteiner, 02-12-2019 10:06
Lothar Krieglsteiner
Re : Question about nomenclature

This case is not too rare.

For instance Trichia is a myxomycete (so a plant ....) and a snail, too.

Best, Lothar

Peter Welt, 02-12-2019 10:11
Peter Welt
Re : Question about nomenclature
Danke Lothar. Myxomyceten sind wohl jetzt Pflanzen?

Gruß Peter
Viktorie Halasu, 02-12-2019 10:12
Viktorie Halasu
Re : Question about nomenclature
Hello Peter,

the relevant part of the Code is Art. 54 (incl. Rec. 54A):

Lothar Krieglsteiner, 02-12-2019 10:16
Lothar Krieglsteiner
Re : Question about nomenclature

Hallo Peter,

Myxos fallen wie die Pilze in den Botanischen Code. Also darf ein Myxo nicht gleich heißen wie eine Pflanze oder ein Pilz, ein Pilz darf nicht so heißen wie eine Pflanze, aber durchaus so wie ein Tier - dafür gibt es einen eigenen Zoologischen Code.

Natürlich sind Myxos keine Pflanzen, genauso wenig wie Pilze es sind.

LG von Lothar

Peter Welt, 02-12-2019 10:19
Peter Welt
Re : Question about nomenclature
Auch so hast du das gemeint. Alles klar Danke. Gruß Peter
Thomas Læssøe, 02-12-2019 13:51
Re : Question about nomenclature
but note that no longer is a botanical code but a code that also in name includes the fungi: International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants. In my opinon an imporant step forward. Myxomycota/Mycetozoa has an interesting nomenclatural situation..... (can be seen as included in the named code if fungi is not viewed as Fungi)
Lothar Krieglsteiner, 02-12-2019 14:38
Lothar Krieglsteiner
Re : Question about nomenclature

Hello Thomas,

I did not know that. This is a step forward, also in my eyes.

Best regards, Lothar