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On Thu, 20 Jul 2000 Dinogeorge@aol.com wrote:
> If you think there was only one genus, and it is not Tyrannosaurus, then its
> name is Tarbosaurus by priority, and its type species is Tarbosaurus bataar,
> by senior synonymy of Tyrannosaurus bataar over Tarbosaurus efremovi.
So if the type species of genus _A_ turns out to be synonymous with
previously named, non-type species _b_ of another genus, then _b_ becomes
the type species of _A_? Okay, I think I have it.
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