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monotypic

[¦män·ə¦tip·ik]
(systematics)
Pertaining to a taxon that constains only one immediately subordinate taxon.
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Adams, 1861, by monotypy. For synonymy, see Gowlett-Holmes (1991).
Ttype species: Theorema eumenia Hewitson, 1865; by monotypy dysmenia Draudt, 1919 - SMF holotype female (Figs.
Iso Jordan and Starks, 1901: 205, type species: Iso flosmaris by monotypy. Waite, 1904b:21; Jordan and Hubbs, 1919: 47; Regan, 1919: 200; McCulloch, 1929: 110; Herre, 1944: 47; Gosline, 1952: 49; Golvan, 1959: 73; Rosen, 1964: 227; Smith, 1965: 603.
Delsmania (subgenus of Scleropages) Fowler, 1934: 243 (type species Osteoglossum formosum Muller & Schlegel 1844, type locality Borneo, Barito River, by monotypy and original designation.
Anorygma Horvath, 1904 = Phaenacantha subgenus Tagalisea Horvath, 1904 (type species Colobathristes pallidus Stal, 1870, by monotypy), junior subjective synonym; synonymy substantiated by Stys (1974) acting as a first reviser.
Type species: Aegimia cultrifera Stal, 1874 (by monotypy); Brunner von Wattenwyl 1878: 18, 115 (diagnosis); 1891: 9 (citation); Saussure & Pictet 1897: 315 (citation); Kirby 1906: 409 (catalog); Nickle 1992: 150 (key); Montealegre, Gonzalez & Carrejo 1993: 43 (Universidad del Valle's collection); Otte 1997: 153 (catalog); Eades et al.
Type species: Faltala brachyptera Oman, 1936: 385; by monotypy.