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paratype

(păr′ə-tīp′)
n.
One of two or more biological specimens or other elements from which a holotype was designated in the original published description of a species or subspecies.

par′a·typ′ic (-tĭp′ĭk) adj.

paratype

any specimen cited by the author of a scientific name, other than the HOLOTYPE.
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The occurrence of branchiae with two branches start in chaetiger 44, as can be seen with paratype MNHNCL ANN-15020 (Table 1), before the general observed start between chaetigers 70-87; in paratype MNHNCL ANN-15019 the occurrence of branchiae with three branches is in chaetiger 88, before the general observed start between chaetigers 110-160.
Colour of the female paratype in alcohol : pale yellowish; a narrow dusky band just below the peduncular part of lateral line extending anteriorly and fainter to above base of sixth anal ray; a small dusky spot centrally on the dorsal fin membrane; an irregular dusky spot at the base of the caudal fin above the lateral line and extending dorsally to the base of the third principal caudal ray; all other fins translucent.
0-mm paratype is either deformed or has sustained an injury from which it has healed.
The holotype and paratype are permanently deposited in the Division of Fishes, Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History (USNM collection).
2 M holotype, paratype Gatlinburg, in Andropogon field, Tennessee.
Typeface collections from Berthold, ParaType, Phat Fonts and Sparklefonts are now available from Fonts.
The holotype and paratype were deposited in Natural History Museum, Karachi, Sindh Pakistan (NHMUK) and remaining material is kept in Memon's collection.
05, paratype Andikithira; recorded with Edirol R-4; recording date and time 05.