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eddie_climo at yahoo.co.uk
Thu Jul 10 19:29:20 IST 2008
As an interesting aside from our orthographical endeavours, let us
note the fact that Welsh has, for the first time, been used in the
taxonimic nomenclature of a new species, Selenochlamys ysbryda,
albeit merely a species of nocturnal worm-hunting slug. The story's
on the BBC site at:
More power to our Cymric cousins, but when will KS match this with a
species naming all of its very own?
Eddie Foirbeis Climo
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Ahes an forth hyr hep wothvos y tremenynyn.
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