auctorum

auctorum

A term which indicates that a particular name—especially referring to the binomials of genus and species—has been applied or used by subsequent authors in a way that differs from the original or established definition.
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Villon foi incluido no elenchus auctorum [elenco de autoridades] de diversos tratados retoricos da epoca, como, por exemplo, Le Quintil Horacien, de Barthelemy Aneau (GOYET, 1990).
Digitonthophagus gazella auctorum: an unfortunate case of mistaken identity for a widely introduced species (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Scarabaeinae: Onthophagini).
Revision y filogenia del genero Pachrophylla Blanchard, 1852 (Sensu auctorum) (Geometridae: Larentiinae: Trichopterygini).
Cipriani de Rore et aliorum auctorum. Edited by Cristle Collins Judd and Katelijne Schutz.
Species insectorum exhibentes eorum differentias specificas, synonyma auctorum, loca natalia, metamorphosin adiectis observationibus, descriptionibus.
1: Das Abendmahl (Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 1935), 79-106; Pavel Spunar, Repertorium auctorum Bohemorum vrovectum idearum vost Universitatem Pragensem condition illustrans (Warsaviae & Pragae: Institutum Ossolinianum, 1995), 2:40, 71-73, 80f.
Notes sur les Collemboles, avec demembrement des onychiurus armatus, ambulans et fimetarius auctorum. Mitt.