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This conflict of interests is one of our perennial problems in information storage and retrieval because, when the generic concept is relatively narrow and easily visualized, species differentiation within the genus is often difficult. When the genus is broadly defined, species differentiation within it may be much easier. We should tread carefully between the extremes I have just outlined, and many taxonomists wander far enough in one direction or the other to exacerbate, rather than minimize, problems of identification—the process of information retrieval may reveal the classification as incompetent.

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