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Taxon Concept Encapsulation by Names:
A Name as an Interface to Each Taxon Concept
Taxonomic naming deconvolves into three encapsulating components: the instances (specimens or lower taxa) are encapsulated within a taxon concept (circumscription) which unites them and which is, in turn, encapsulated by the name itself, which provides a tag (A).
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