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The Testudines (turtles & tortoises) lie in the Anapsida, all other extant reptiles in the Diapsida.

And? Why have you deleted without a previous discussion (in Wikipedia this a type of Admin vandalism) the mark of paraphyletism that today is being so used in taxonomy?
Birds come genetically from dinosaurs, but are not considered reptilians. This is a directory dedicated to species and will not mark this with to usal *?
Anonymous edits, especially disruptive ones without discussion, are considered vandalism and are removed. You are welcome to get an account and discuss major changes with the community before emplementing them. Lycaon 06:11, 4 September 2006 (UTC)
All anonymous edits are vandalisms? Disruptives? Removed without discussion? Are you sure you can be Admin? This is not the way.
Although I admit, I may have a been a bit rash in your case, I stand by my actions. On Wikispecies, unlike on wikipedias, 90-95% of anonymous edits that do not concern interwikis (vernacular names) tend to be vandalism. As for disruptiveness: edits in the middle of taxonomy (ordinal level e.g.) would have to be followed up by corrections in most of the lower hierarchical levels. While this is not necessary undesirable, it has to be discussed with the community in advance (e.g. this proposal on vertebrate systematics. I don't have problems with Cetartiodactyla as such, but very much with the way of implementation of such major changes. Lycaon 11:57, 4 September 2006 (UTC)

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