This departs from his earlier taxonomic synopsis of Cannabis, where Linnaeus (1737) synonymized
several taxa assigned to psychoactive Asian Cannabis.
phoenicis (Geijskes) since 1952, when it was synonymized
with the latter (Pritchard & Baker 1952), its hosts and geographic distribution are given here based on material examined by Beard et al.
ponteni Kinberg, 1866 which had previously been synonymized
Bradshaw (1981) redescribed Gevers specimens and synonymized
all other ichnospecies with Diplichnites gouldi.
both magnus Chopra (1974) and qidrii Abbasi and Ahmad (1975) (which was a synonym of magnus) with H.
In addition, the authors described three new species, one of which (M simoni Zhang & Maddison, 2012) was recently synonymized
with the Panamanian Maeota serrapophvsis (Chamberlin & Ivie, 1936) by Cheng et al.
Specimens do not exhibit the narrow exopod illustrated by Mulaik and Mulaik (1942) for Trichoniscus humus described from Eunice, Louisiana, which was synonymized
The convoluted taxonomic history of the genus, which was synonymized
with Diphyllobothrium Cobbold, 1858, has been recently reviewed by HernandezOrts et al.
eschrichtii was based on a taxonomic revision by Bertelsen (1951), who synonymized
Oneirodes bulbosus with O.
Rather than describing a type of dance, it is more often synonymized
with a euphoric trance one experiences while listening and moving to music.
Garman (1913) synonymized
all prior names, including T.
If Verbeke's 1951 key to Afrotropical genera of Micropezidae is used, the characters of the new Tanzanian Aristobatina species lead to Tanypomyia Verbeke, a genus synonymized
with Mimegralla Rondani, 1850 by Steyskal (1980).