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well im not trying to say ur wrong hastatus but im speaking from experience and wat ive seen is that paraguat rens have alot more yellow on their belly then regular terns.
 

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Jimmyhf6 Posted Today, 07:41 PM
well im not trying to say ur wrong hastatus but im speaking from experience and wat ive seen is that paraguat rens have alot more yellow on their belly then regular terns.
Its basically all in the water (chemistry) where they are captured. Yellow may be more predominant in one area from another, but that alone will not decide if they are Paraguay or Argentina. Thanks for your input.
 

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NavinWithPs Posted Today, 05:54 PM
sorry, off topic and i dont' wanna create my own post. i know that terns are basically p. nats, but if people wanted to make it a valid species, what would they have to show, prove???
Its not that simple and "prove" is not a good word to use in science.

Check out the OPEFE under P. nattereri>>>>>>>link "S. ternetzi." Then you can read and hopefully understand why the name "ternetzi" is not a valid name. Its lengthy explanation and something, I dont' have time really to get into. But do read the page. If you have any questions then, more than happy to answer later.
 
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