What Happens When you Synonymize
Authority with Immunity Citizens have a legitimate right to criticize the performance of the ruler and to monitor him, away from personal insults and abuse, in an effort to improve living standards and the quality of life.
Thus we synonymize
Ectopioglossa keiseri nigra Giordani Soika with the nominate species.
We do not synonymize
sapstain with blue stain; sapstain is considered discoloration of sapwood caused by the fungal groups mentioned above, whereas blue stain is discoloration caused by a specific group of fungi called blue stain fungi.
Dashwood either commends or condemns Edward for his moderate wishes where "'genius and eloquence'" are concerned, and Edward agrees that "'[g]reatness'" will not make him happy, Marianne, who tends to synonymize
words instead of parsing them for individual meaning, adds two curious terms that have not previously been a part of the conversation: "'What have wealth or grandeur to do with happiness?
Within the subfamily Ostreinae, Harry (1985) subdivided them into four tribes and nine genera, and synonymize
some previously described species.
Whether Meek & Hildebrand misidentified the specimens or whether their origin was misstated makes no difference, Meek & Hildebrand did not synonymize
the two species.
The exclusive Tritogenia generic characters recognized later by Michaelsen (1918) allowed him to synonymize
Brachydrilus with Tritogenia, and to transfer all the species known at the time (sulcata, howickiana, benhami, morosa and crassa) from Microchaetus to Tritogenia, although the composite species zuluensis was still left in Microchaetus.
Thus there is no evidence for clinal variation that might bridge morphometric differences between the two species and lead us to synonymize
There are numerous species with similar genitalia that I am hesitant to synonymize
since their size, the shape of the abdomen, or their coloration may differ.