Talk:Species homogeneity

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This looks like a good article, but it appears to contain speculation (WP:Speculation), and also has the apperance of WP:OR. It also seems that most of the content and references are not specifically related to the title of the article. The content and references appear to be about general topics in ecology.

I am writing this here in the hopes that the project members can look into this and provide a different focus for this article. I have looked up homogeneity, as related to ecology, and it seems to be a tool for research, classification, and measurement (in that domain). This article is different from that. From the dearth of information I came across in a brief search, including Google scholar, it may be that the topic of "homogeneity (ecology)" is really a minor topic. As such, it may only belong in a section of one of the Ecology articles. That is just a suggestion. In any case the name of this particular article might need to be changed to reflect the current contents. Thanks in advance for looking into this. Steve Quinn (formerly Ti-30X) (talk) 15:19, 1 January 2010 (UTC)