parviceps parviceps, implicitly conferring to it subspecific
T# refers to a subspecific
taxon rank at the global level.
Source-sink characteristics related to the yield in inter subspecific
The major problem to identify species/subspecies in this genus is that their morphs are mimetic, mainly of butterflies in the genus Melinaea Hubner (Nymphalidae: Danainae: Ithomiini) which are phenotypically variable, not only at the subspecific
level but also within populations, thus "affecting" their mimics, such as this species of Duvoisvalia (Castniidae).
Guidelines for subspecific
substitutions in wildlife restoration projects.
& MENG, X., 2000.- A molecular marker identifying subspecific
populations of the soybean brown stem rot pathogen, Phialophora gregata Ecology and Population Biology, 90: 875-883.
status of Argopecten irradians concentricus (Say, 1822) and of the bay scallops of Florida.
From this work, taking into account synonyms and nomenclatural changes but excluding the accepted subspecific
taxa, one can derive another list of the sedges known and reported to occur in Illinois, including 17 genera and 225 species, 138 of which were species of Carex.
Hoffmann examined the specimens and made the subspecific
The so-called specific boundaries between the bovines have proven to be nothing more than subspecific
, in most cases.
fossilis as distinct only as the subspecific