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Removed "All lithotrophs are bacteria" as methanogens are lithotrophic archaea. -Negaluke
"Sulfur bacteria", in the context of the article referred to as sulfur oxidizing bacteria, is linkted to a page only discussing sulfur *reducing* bacteria.
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Pick an article. Copy the entire talk page from one article and paste it into the better article's talk page. Copy any information lacking into the superior article from the inferior ariticle. Replace the inferior article with a #REDIRECT []. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Brewhaha@edmc.net (talk • contribs) 07:44, 5 April 2007 (UTC).
"A lithotroph is a subgroup of chemotrophic organism." This definition is incorrect, lithotrophs can be both chemotroph and/or phototroph (as it is mentioned in the article by the way), so lithotrophy is not a subgroup of chemotrophy. Kenadra (talk) 19:20, 17 June 2014 (UTC)