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"definition" section[edit]

I feel that this section should be merged into the intro and the morphology section. There are a few problems:

  • it only includes one stage of the parasite, which may confuse readers
  • it's not really a "definition," it's mostly about morphology, so I think it should go there.

I don't want to delete a section without your approval, though. Let me know what you think. Dave (talk) 23:51, May 9, 2005 (UTC)

That's fine with me, I was following the stucture of a paper I was reading, but it makes more sense the way you suggested. I'll do it now. Don't worry about my approval. I'm a very relaxed guy and I'm pretty sure you're not going to do anything evil to the Myxosporea... ;) Anilocra 16:07, 10 May 2005 (UTC)

"Taxonomic status" section[edit]

The section added in the version of "21:24, 10 May 2005 UTC" by Anilocra, seems to be a copy of certain paragraph from a paper (indicated below). The paper has a virtually same paragraph in the Indroduction section, with minor differences. I'm not sure this is a case of copyright infringement, but I'll note.

  • Ahmet օZER (2001). "Scanning Electron Microscopic (SEM) Observations on Some Members of Actinosporean (Phylum Myxozoa) Collective Groups and Possible Usage of SEM in Type Description". Turkish Journal of Zoology. 25 (4): 413–419.  C1 control character in |author= at position 8 (help) PDF available

-- 08:24, 27 August 2006 (UTC)