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syntype

[′sin‚tīp]
(systematics)
Any specimen of a series when no specimen is designated as the holotype. Also known as cotype.
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Another possibility that cannot be ruled out based on the absence of data for the syntype of P.
Given the major differences between USNM 27031 and the remainder of the syntype series, it seems strange that Jordan and Gilbert (1881) would have conflated them.
In his description, he cited several "syntypes" or examples of elephant specimens in Europe, including an elephant fetus as well as a skeleton described by John Ray, the famous 17th century naturalist.
Notropis stilbius (= Nototropis stilbius)--USNM 17879 (2 syntypes), USNM 203321 (1 ex syntypic series of Nototropis lirus); ANSP 118701-18702 (2 syntypes); CAS-SU 2528 (3 syntypes), CASSU 3870 (1); BMNH 1880.1.21.16 (1 syntype).
Also examined was the shell of a syntype specimen of Ostrea lurida from the Redpath Museum at McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
platyrhynchus may have been based on [geq]1 syntype (there were several) that was in satisfactory condition.
Notes: Bigot (1879), who did not designate a holotype, only indicated having studied male material so it is likely that the now defective syntype is a male.
Peter Bartsch of the Museum fur Naturkunde der Humboldt Universitat zu Berlin for his photograph of the existing syntype of Arothron reticularis, Dr.