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In abstract argumentation, the admissible semantics can be said to distinguish the preferred semantics in the sense that argumentation frameworks with the same admissible extensions also have the same preferred extensions. In this paper we present an exhaustive study of such distinguishability relationships, including those between sets of semantics. We further examine restricted classes of argumentation frameworks, such as self-attack-free and acyclic frameworks. We discuss the relevance of our results in the context of the argumentation framework elicitation problem.