Taxonomy: retain scientific autonomy

10:45 EDT 29 Jun 2017 | Nature Publishing

I see two important conceptual issues with the solutions proposed by Stephen Garnett and Les Christidis to minimize discrepancies between taxonomy and applied conservation efforts (Nature546, 25–27;10.1038/546025a2017).First, taxonomy is an independent biological discipline, not a

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