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:'''There are perhaps 30 million distinct species in the world today.''' [http://www.simonyi.ox.ac.uk/dawkins/WorldOfDawkins-archive/Dawkins/Work/Articles/1996-11-12dimbleby.shtml]
For earlier evidence of quantitative use of species' and other taxonomic names, see
For earlier evidence of quantitative use of species' and other taxonomic names, see

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Species Examples (Quantitative )

Quantitative examples of common and scientific names of living things, which could be marked up with a "species" (or similar) microformat.

Note: the original name of the proposed microformat, "species", is likely to change, probably to "hbiota" or "htaxon". The former has been retained here, to avoid having to make many repetitive and perhaps redundant edits

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Evidence

There are perhaps 30 million distinct species in the world today. [1]

For earlier evidence of quantitative use of species' and other taxonomic names, see [2] and [3]. Furthermore:

Planned sites

Misc

Contributors

See also

species-examples-quantitative was last modified: Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

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