Opinion 2027

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Opinion 2027 is a ruling of the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature (ICZN) concerning the conservation of 17 species names of wild animals with domestic derivatives. Opinion 2027_sentence_0

Opinion 2027 is in response to Case 3010 and subsequent comments. Opinion 2027_sentence_1

The 17 names involved: Opinion 2027_sentence_2

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The opinion of the commission was that "the "name of a wild species...is not invalid by virtue of being predated by the name based on a domestic form." Opinion 2027_sentence_3

These 17 species of wild animals were named later than the relevant domestic animals, hence the use of the ICZN provision for conservation. Opinion 2027_sentence_4

The names of the 17 species were added to the Official Lists and Indexes of Names in Zoology of the ICZN, which means that they are valid taxa. Opinion 2027_sentence_5


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