TRITON Index to Organism Names

dieter walossek dieter.walossek at biologie.uni-ulm.de
Thu Jun 19 08:00:46 EST 1997


Thanks Geoff for the hint. I tried to look for names Klaus Mueller and I
had once created and, asthonishingly, found some. Yet someone had changed
our intepretation of the systematic position of these forms, both
interpreted as stem-group crustaceans by us they are noted as Ostracoda and
as Trilobitomorpha, whatever that is. I wonder if the organisers of this
interesting search tool have installed their own ideas of relationships
also for other taxa.

Professor Dr.  Dieter Walossek
Leader of the Section for Biosystematic Documentation
University of Ulm
Liststrasse 3, D-89079 Ulm, Germany
phone ++49 731 4014 150 or 151, FAX  ++49 731 4014 159
email: dieter.walossek at biologie.uni-ulm.de
WWW site: http://www.biologie.uni-ulm.de/biosysdoc/

For those interested ====> I have put more Orsten-type animals on my
homepage recently, which include now a phosphatocopine baby from the Lower
Cambrian of Comley, Britain, and the limbs of Middle Cambrian
phosphatocopines from the Georgina Basin, Australia.

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