syntype

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syntype

(sĭn′tīp′)
n.
1. One of two or more biological specimens or other elements used for the original published description of a species or subspecies when no holotype was designated.
2. One of two or more biological specimens or other elements simultaneously designated as type specimens in the original published description of a species or subspecies.

syn·typ′ic (-tĭp′ĭk) adj.

syntype

or

cotype

any specimen of a series, in which no HOLOTYPE was designated, that is used to designate a species. The syntype may become the LECTOTYPE, if so designated.
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Cyprinella callisema (= Episema callisema)--UF 165650 (BU 63) (49 ex paralectotype series of Minnilus xaenurus); USNM 17864 (lectotype), USNM 163954 (3 paralectotypes ex USNM 17864), USNM 20126 (1 paralectotype); MCZ 24384 (1 paralectotype); BMNH 1883.
Paralectotypes to be deposited in the American Museum of Natural History, New York.
Paralectotype of Trechalea reimoseri: 1 paralectotype male: GUYANA: Potaro-Siparuni: Conwarook (Konawaruk), 05[degrees]16'N, 059[degrees]00'W, 18 March 1946, Romiti (MZUF).
white label, Brethes handwritten] // Sarcophaga blandita Brethes [white label, Brethes's handwritten] // Paralectotype [printed] [feminidad] / Sarcophaga / blandita Brethes / T.
Deposited in the Natural History Museum (NHM, London); Paralectotype, 1, labeled as follow: Japan.
Copulatory spicules (one examined): Distal tip dissected from small paralectotype, broadly conical, curved, and furrowed, 20 [micro]m wide at distance of 45 [micro]m proximal to tip (Fig.
Brauns / Knysna / forest [34[degrees]00'S 23[degrees]00'E]'; 1 [female] paralectotype 'Knysna Cape / Dr.
Lectotype male (by designation of Pont, 1997: 88) (NMW), paralectotype (NMW).