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binomen

[bī′nō·mən]
(systematics)
A binomial name assigned to species, as Canis familiaris for the dog.
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Du Bus, 1847a: "Mexique", number(s), status, and collector(s) unknown); Cyanocorax luxuosus (Lesson, 1839) (same binomen in Du Bus 1848: "Jalapa" [Xalapa]), 5258 ("Mexique, Ghiesbrecht, don."); Cyanocorax yucantanicus (Cyanocitta yucantanica Dubois, 1875: "Yucatan" (Mexique), Ghiesbreght), 3091 (ad.
We note that the genus is the only Linnaean category that uses a name that is repeated in the species binomen; therefore, changes in the genus category have a high impact on research, must be applied with care, and are to be avoided until a substantial case for change has been made.
Bajo este binomen se conoce a uno de los hibridos mas utilizados en jardineria y del que se cultivan infinidad de cultivares obtenidos por hibridaciones multiples, en las que han intervenido, principalmente, F.
Linneo configuro la nomenclatura binominal (no binomial), segun la cual cada especie tiene un nombre cientifico (o binomen) con dos partes: el nombre generico y el epiteto especifico.
Furthermore, the binomen Rhomalea speciosa has never existed (Eades et al.
Ademas este binomen esta construido en base a Boldus chilensis Molina, Sag.
Species included (names in original binomen): Type species [= Xiphidion restiorum Peringuey, 1916, synonymized by Uvarov (1928)]; M.
However, because our material is not distinctly almond shaped with a central ridge, most typical of Lockeia, and because it is uncertain whether or not these mounds represent the true base of these shafts or whether the shafts continue into the underlying stratum, no binomen is attached to them.
rhizophorae (Guilding, 1828) as distinct, mainly because of its large size (e.g., Nascimento, 1991), and have applied to it the binomen C.
(p.)This binomen is a synonym of Minomus jarrovii from Provo, Utah (Cope, 1876) but not of Pantosteus jarrovii from New Mexico (Cope and Yarrow, 1876:674-675)
de <<Orense (Pourret!)>> y Merino (1905: 156), lo hace bajo el mismo binomen como <<cultivada en algunas huertas, v.g.