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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Bocourt's (1876, 1886) mention from Oaxaca de Juarez based on Ghiesbreght's paralectotype is unsubstantiated (MNHN-RA 3740, see Table 1 and Nota 11).
As Matthew (1910) did not select a holotype, we here select specimen NBMG 3041 and its counterpart NBMG 3043 as the lectotype with specimen and designate NBMG 3042 as a paralectotype.
Type's abbreviations: AT: Allotype, HT: Holotype, LT: Leptotype, PLT: Paralectotype, PT: Paratype, ST: Syntype; synonyms and unintentional spelling errors [lapsus] are listed.
3, USNM 1184105 (13 histologic slides, 2 sclerite slides) (some paratype slides labeled "paralectotype") one unnumbered, USNM 749724 (alcohol specimen).
eurynotus, are conical denticles in the proximal pecten (on the basal claw of postabdomen), shown in Figure 11i; Figure 11h is from the paralectotype from Sars' collection, which we used to confirm our specimens as C.
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 1880.1.21.10 (1 paralectotype); MNHN A.1306 (1 paralectotype).