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cotype

(ˈkəʊˌtaɪp)
n
(Biology) biology an additional type specimen from the same brood as the original type specimen
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Let E be an infinite dimensional Banach space that fails cotype (see [22] and the references therein).
The provenance (ABG) is confirmed for ten birds with type status from Mexico including the vicinity of the "Hacienda de Mirador" or "Xalapa" in Veracruz, "Tabasco", and "Yucatan" (IRSNB 3014, 3016, 3020-21, 3031, 3034, 3051, 3091-93) and six additional items (3015, 4724, 5258, 7417, 7581, 7581[beta]) encompassing a supposed "cotype" of Buteo ghiesbreghti Du Bus, 1845.
About 124 species have primary types deposited in 5 repositories (MNH, IRD, MNHE, IP, MRC), including holotypes (45 species, 4 subspecies), syntypes (28 species, 3 subspecies), "types" (14 species), allotypes (10 species), paratypes (36 species, 3 subspecies), lectotypes (13 species), and cotype (5 species), mounted on 671 slides.
Kato, "On sharp uniform convexity, smoothness, and strong type, cotype inequalities," Journal of Nonlinear and Convex Analysis, vol.
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Remarks: There are five shells of confusa collected by Burnup in the NMSA collection, all from Tongaat and the smallest shell is mounted on separate board with a "cotype" indication in the same handwriting as mentioned above for the "abnormal" paralectotype of acuminata.
gymnogenys here studied have some small differences when compared with holotype and cotype. The caudal spot current in fresh collected specimens is absent in holotype; the predorsal region is rounded forming a keel as in cotype but not in holotype; maxillary with 1 to 3 teeth and only 1 maxillary teeth in A.
The American Museum of Natural History has a single soldier specimen of Neotermes papua, which is a cotype from the N.
[which Jordan and Evermann, 1903:188, indicated was the final disposition of a cotype 10.25 inches long, with the field number 03795].