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O. Béthoux2010Optimality of phylogenetic nomenclatural procedures
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O. Béthoux2007Propositions for a character-state-based biological taxonomy
O. Béthoux2007Cladotypic taxonomy revisited
O. Béthoux2007Cladotypic taxonomy applied: titanopterans are orthopterans
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