Megataxa for big science questions in taxonomy
A taxonomic renaissance in three acts
Taxonomy needs pluralism, but a controlled and manageable one
Three questions: How can taxonomists survive and thrive worldwide?
Challenges for the future of taxonomy: talents, databases and knowledge growth
The promise of next-generation taxonomy
Self-help for taxonomists: three things we must do for taxonomy to survive
Navigating the Ship of Theseus from typology to cartography
Major issues facing taxonomy—a personal perspective
Funding, training, permits—the three big challenges of taxonomy
Shrinking biodiversity, dwindling taxonomy and building a broader science
Old and new challenges in taxonomy: what are taxonomists up against?
On species concepts, phylogenetics and the science of natural history—three current issues facing taxonomy
Advancing Taxonomy in the Global South and completing the Grand Linnaean Enterprise
Three challenges to contemporaneous taxonomy from a licheno-mycological perspective