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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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These specimens match the syntypes of this species labelled from Quito, Ecuador (Candeze 1859).
mexicana (Bonpl.) Naud.], syntypes MNHNP 506170-71), Huitzilac ("Huichilaque") in extreme N Puebla (Eryngium ghiesbreghtii Decaisne, 1873, MNHN-P 834323), and Zacualtipan in Hidalgo (Chaetogastra [Tibouchina] naudiniana Decaisne, 1847, isotype MNHN-P 708713) as noted elsewhere (Sources and Material).
For example, MNH has the holotypes and/or "syntypes" of incriminated vectors, ie, Phlebotomus (Larroussius) perniciosus Newstead, Ph.
The caves from which specimens were collected include those that Lund called "Lapa Serra das Abelhas", "Lapa da Escrivania", "Lapa de Cerca Grande", and "Lapa da Quebra Chavelha." All of this material qualifies as syntypes because Winge did not designate a holotype.
Given the major differences between USNM 27031 and the remainder of the syntype series, it seems strange that Jordan and Gilbert (1881) would have conflated them.
Syntypes of both taxa are illustrated (Figs 9F-G, 9H-J).
This taxon is represented only by three syntypes and the three are poorly preserved (Table 5).
maximus, and Linnaeus' original syntypes became associated with Asian elephants exclusively.
Peter Bartsch of the Museum fur Naturkunde der Humboldt Universitat zu Berlin for his photograph of the existing syntype of Arothron reticularis, Dr.
Type: Costa Rica, without precise locality, Endres 38, 97 (syntypes W).
Three undoubted syntypes are indeed in Turin, listed under Rhopalidia by Casolari and Casolari Moreno (1980: 128), as realized by Silveira (2006).