syntype

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syn·type

 (sĭn′tīp′)
n.
1. One of two or more biological specimens or other elements used for the original published description of a species or subspecies when no holotype was designated.
2. One of two or more biological specimens or other elements simultaneously designated as type specimens in the original published description of a species or subspecies.

syn·typ′ic (-tĭp′ĭk) adj.
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Cyprinella caerulea (= Photogenis caeruleus) UF 173839 (ex BU 45, BU 46) (1 ex syntypic series of Hybopsis xaenocephalus); USNM 17883 (lectotype of Photogenis caeruleus), USNM 20114 (2 paralecto-types); ANSP 19839-19841 (3 paralectotypes originally, now 0); MCZ 24396 (1 paralectotype); CU 1488 (1 paralectotype); BMNH 1880.
B) belongs to Melpomene personata and was annotated as paralectotype of Polypodium firmum Klotzsch (= Melpomene firma).
Male lectotype herewith designated; female paralectotype does not belong to Vindullus).
The single soldier specimen in the AMNH collection will now be the Paralectotype for Neotermes papua.
Female lectotype and one female paralectotype (designated by Moczar 1965) from India (Maharashtra, Matheran (NMNH)).
The female is designated here as the lectotype of Trechalea reimoseri and transferred to the genus Syntrechalea, while the male paralectotype, originally believed to belong to a third genus (Carico 1993), is described below as a new species, Syntrechalea caporiacco.
Deposited in the Natural History Museum (NHM, London); Paralectotype, 1, labeled as follow: Japan.
Brauns / Knysna / forest [34[degrees]00'S 23[degrees]00'E]'; 1 [female] paralectotype 'Knysna Cape / Dr.