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neotype

[′nē·ə‚tīp]
(systematics)
A specimen selected as type subsequent to the original description when the primary types are known to be destroyed; a nomenclatural type.
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Because of the close morphological similarity but distinct genetic signature of species of Ammodytes, we, therefore, designate UAM 2813 from the Chukchi Sea as the neotype. Among species of Ammodytes, only A.
Neotype (examined): [DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO]: 'Tuevo [5[degrees]S 13[degrees]E], 2-VIII-19n, R.
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Abstract - Well preserved monogenoid from Indian siluriform fishes in which neotypes were designated to some species of Bychowskyella have been described.
Ospina 2421 (neotype, designated by Diaz-Piedrahita & Velez-Nauer, 1993: 96, COL not seen).
This paper aims to redescribe Trechona rufa, raise it to species rank, designate a neotype and describe the male for the first time.
exigua specimens with and without oral gonopores from South Africa, reported that the type material of the species had apparently been lost, and raised a neotype for the species.
When updating d'Orbigny's Cuban collection, Le Calvez (1977) designated a neotype for A.
Karageorgopoulos, "Designation of a neotype of Marphysa sanguinea (Montagu, 1813) and a description of a new species of Marphysa from eastern Australia," Hydrobiologia, vol.