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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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Every Banach space has cotype [infinity] and type 1 [14, p.
Let us now study the p-convexity, q-concavity, type and cotype of the spaces [X.
The proof of the following theorem uses the type and cotype inequalities for Lp spaces, which has type min{2, p} and cotype max{2, p} (see [5, Prop.
Let Y be a Banach space with no finite cotype and suppose that [[DELTA].
Regardless of the infinite-dimensional Banach space X, the Banach space Y with no finite cotype and p [greater than or equal to] 1, there exists a continuous linear operator from X to Y which fails to be p-summing.
Remarks: In the original publication the author states that he studied three cotypes from Las Lomitas (Formosa Province), 12.
The original three cotypes were collected in 1879 in Caceres, Antioquia, and a century was to pass before an additional, incomplete, specimen was obtained at Jurado, Choco (Lynch, 2000).
However, the solid nuchal collar is evident in one of the smaller (374 mm SVL) cotypes of L.
Specimens LACMNH #45266 and #45267 are designated as cotypes and are deposited in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History.
Specimens LACMNH #41794, CMN #58623, SMNH #37389 and SMNH #225116 mentioned above are designed as cotypes.
A suite of specimens documenting this find is preserved in the Harvard Mineralogical Museum under catalog numbers 133734-133773; szenicsite specimens 133734-133735 and 133738-133739 are the designated cotypes.