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Posted by Richard Mastenbroek on October 29, 2002 at 02:19:17:
In Reply to: Hoser's Taipan ... WW your stuck with the name posted by Paul Hackett on October 28, 2002 at 20:42:51:
Firstly, RM, species and subspecies are not the same thing. I suggest you take a rudumentary course in taxonomy and nomenclature.
I really donít need a course in taxonomy and nomenclature as I know perfectly well the differences between species and subspecies. At this point do I need to correct you. As I had a course in nomenclature and even remember the stuff they learned me. If you really know that much about this subject you need to remember the first thing they told you a scientific name is always written in italic as you never do this in your post, do I think I might learned you something new.
You write a artilcle about a new subspecies of Taipan and do this in less than one page, so I doubt it that there is any valid information in this so called paper.
Second have you ever seen this newly described subspecies?
And when yes post a picture of this snake or maybe even snakes?
I love to see those things. What is the biggest difference between those subspecies?
Do they have a map of Western Australia on their head, because this is really new for me as my own taipans donít have a map on there head. LOL
I need to say that I love your freehandling pictures.
Why do I like them?
First this are not taipans this are juveniles, when you want to play the big hero buy a ticket to Holland and you can play with my taipans :-)
I wonder if you still want to freehandle than when not I can give you some Dutch smokes and you might try it ahahaha.
The second thing I liked from those pictures is your face!!!
Be honest Ray you look like your pens is full of SH*T.
Third when I was a Taipan I would have nailed you, just because you make my family ridiculous.
Have a nice day