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In biological classification, a species inquirenda is a species of doubtful identity requiring further investigation. The use of the term in English-language biological literature dates back to at least the early nineteenth century.
- Glossary of scientific naming
- incertae sedis, a taxon of uncertain position in a classification
- nomen dubium, a name of unknown or doubtful application
- Open nomenclature, a system of notations used in taxonomy to indicate a taxonomist's judgement about taxon affinities
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