Statistics, Symmetry, and the Conventionality of Indistinguishability in Quantum Mechanics
This paper continues an earlier work by considering in what sense and to what extent identical Bohmian-mechanical particles in many-particle systems can be considered indistinguishable. We conclude that while whether identical Bohmian-mechanical particles ace considered to be "statistically (in)distinguishable'' is a matter of theory choice underdetermined by logic and experiment, such particles are in any case "physically distinguishable.''
Belousek, Darrin. “Statistics, Symmetry, and the Conventionality of Indistinguishability in Quantum Mechanics.” Foundations of Physics, Vol. 30, 2000, pp. 1–34.