valid name

valid name

any name available to a taxonomist that has not been previously used.
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suluensis (Dana, 1852) are now considered conspecific and the current valid name is A.
Taxonomic rules call for rigorously determining the earliest valid name and designating a single specimen as a benchmark "type." The naming code also calls for stability.
SSN Finder provides an added layer of automation requiring only a valid name, address and file number.
Please note that all Letters to the Editor must contain must contain a valid name, address and phone number where the author can be reached for verification or it will be discarded.
While "Forecast2011" is a valid name, "2011Forecast" isn't because the latter starts with a number.
The social media experts he consulted suggested a system requiring stricter guidelines--registration requiring a valid name and email address--but he was concerned the extra steps would dissuade the legitimate dialogue he was seeking.
For priority reasons, the valid name for this syntaxon should be the Artemision pauciflorae-Camphorosmion monspeliacae Karpov 2001.
Also under the bill, companies that use spyware would be required to provide the customer with a valid name, street address, and e-mail address This measure would allow consumers to report problem companies to the Federal Trade Commission.
Though the major poets whom we call "symbolists" rejected the epithet, critics found "symbolism" a valid name for the school because, once the poets cleared away formal concerns extrinsic to the heart of poetry, the symbol remained.