ssb. or subsp.?

Doug Jensen doug_jensen at SMTPGTWY.BEREA.EDU
Wed Apr 9 07:39:41 EST 1997


I use ssp.  The other may be acceptable,too, but I don't know for sure

Doug Jensen
Berea College
dpjensen at berea.edu
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Subject: ssb. or subsp.?
From:    "Santos Serrano" <santo at redestb.es> at Berlink
Date:    4/9/97  12:22 AM

What is the correct form to write?

ssb. or subsp.?

For example:
 Digitalis lutea subsp. lutea
or Digitalis lutea ssp. lutea

  Thank you.


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