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cotype

[′kō‚tīp]
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And has cotype q [member of] [2, [infinity]] if for every [x.
28, Marquesas Islands, 1145 a; Neotermes papua Desneux, cotype, type colony, "Ex-Typis Calotermes papua n.
CBH's label on the drawing, however, indicates it is based on a different specimen (a cotype = paratype, 9 inches long, from Honolulu).
Podlesnyi collected and provided for study the specimens which became the holotype specimens of eleven new species (tuliokite, kukisvumite, sitinakite, belovite-(La), labuntsovite-Fe, lemmleinite-Ba, kukharenkoite-(La), shirokshinite, middendorfite, armbrusterite and podlesnoite) and the cotype specimens of four other new species (kukharenkoite-(Ce), tsepinite-K, neskevaaraite-Fe and potassicarfvedsonite)
Yellowish white fluorescence under both shortwave and longwave ultraviolet radiation is reported for the cotype specimen ROM M344626 (R.
A cotype specimen contains: cuprite, copper, quartz, mitridatite and fluorapatite.
In this note we address this question for range spaces Y having no finite cotype (such spaces are abundant in Banach space theory).
As the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature points out, the term cotype is ambiguous and was formerly used for either paratype or syntype.
Alstonite was at first given the name bromlite (Thomson, 1837) after the cotype locality, which is written Bromley (= Brownley) Hill in some early references.
I decided that the subspecies or varieties should be placed as octoarticulatus synonyms, due to the following reasons: the observation of Allomerus demerarae cotypes (LACM) and the A.
Male cotypes (syntypes) from Sidney, Nebraska, USA and Harrisburg, Nebraska, USA (AMNH).