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    Don't know if this has been posted here or not

    Several name changes have been made in recent months:

    T. gigas has now been moved to the Pseudoclamoris genus along with a few others (look on the WSC for that information)

    E. sp. red and E. sp. Yellow are now known as Homoeomma chilensis and Homoeomma orellani.

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