holotype


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holotype

[′häl·ə‚tīp]
(systematics)
A nomenclatural type for the single specimen designated as “the type” by the original author at the time of publication of the original description.
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The Holotype, Allotype, Paratype have been deposited in Natural History Museum, Karachi, Pakistan and Paratype in Memon's collection.
Fujian: Holotype 2, Fuzhou, Forest Park, 17-VI-1989, ZhiShan Wu, by sweeping (FAFU); Paratypes 2 [female] [female], 2 [male][male], Sanming, 8-VII1987, Chang-Ming Liu, by yellow sticky trap (FAFU).
The female on the photograph agrees with the male holotype in general characters but its coloration resembles that of the pink variant of E.
megatheca, clearly indicates that the female previously assigned to this species by Cazorla & Spinelli (2015) was wrongly associated with the holotype male of this species.
Notes: Bigot (1879), who did not designate a holotype, only indicated having studied male material so it is likely that the now defective syntype is a male.
Such capabilities are especially important in validating or correcting holotype names or descriptions that were made long ago.
Omixon Holotype HLA offers targeted amplification and library preparation reagents for the entire gene coverage of HLA-A, B, C and DQB1, as well as partial coverage for HLA-DRB1.
6x longer than wide in the holotype, and propodus with palmar corner more projected and subacute than in the original description; pereopod 4, coxa 1.
Comparison of photographs of the holotype of Psallus eximius Reuter on the web site of the Museum Victoria (http://collections.
This species was regarded as indeterminable by Hartman (1959:312) but it was redescribed by Fauchald (1992:201); he also selected a lectotype from among the Copenhagen specimens, but this does not appear to be valid since the holotype is in Berlin (Hart wich 1993:114).
Interestingly, the holotype specimen of Talos also tells us something about theropod behavior, particularly raptor behavior.