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lectotype

[′lek·tə‚tīp]
(systematics)
A specimen selected as the type of a species or subspecies if the type was not designated by the author of the classification.
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Ammodytes japonicus Duncker and Mohr, 1939:20 (in part; original description; lectotype ZMH H142, 88.5 mm, Hokkaido, Japan; paralectotypes ZMH H143, 51 specimens, 6 of 51 examined, 64.0-86.7 mm, Otaru [="Otaka"], Hokkaido, Japan).
Due to this so far problematic taxon revised here, and a diagnosis proposed for the first time, I identify a lectotype and several paralectotypes.
Lectotype (by present designation): male Austria: Upper Styria, Enns river valley near Admont, direction to Frauen mountain, 31III1940, gap of wildbrook, from leaves of hazels, oaks, willows, leg.
Sites and Mbogho (2012) located a single syntype in the Naturhistoriches Museum in Vienna and designated it as the lectotype. Poisson (1948b) reported that the species has a wide size range of 8.5-10 mm length and 5.2-5.3 mm width.
Both the lectotype (MZUSP 33471) and the paralactotype (MZUSP 33470) are deposited at Museu de Zoologia, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The plant is of unknown origin, the lectotype is a Morren Icon at Kew, possibly the same illustration as in La Belgique Horticole.
polyxenens americus is a subspecies described from Colombian material as shown by its original description (KOLLAR, 1850), subsequent literature (ROTHSCHILD & JORDAN, 1906), the material available for this study from the critical analysis of LAMAS (1994) and an examination of the lectotype specimen (Fig.
Gardner 4955 (lectotype, designated by Roque & Pirani, 2001:1158, K not seen).
Male lectotype herewith designated; female paralectotype does not belong to Vindullus).