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Re: Typical and less typical types
Oh, this went to the list, too...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Craven, David" <David.Craven@bolton.gov.uk>
Sent: Tuesday, August 10, 2004 3:02 PM
> I thought this made our "M.orbicularis" a syntype of M.celticus?
No, the specimen is not associated with any other name than *M.
orbicularis*. It stays the holotype of *M. orbicularis* -- even though *M.
orbicularis* is now a junior subjective synonym of *M. celticus*, so that
the specimen is (now) _at the same time_ a referred specimen of *M.
Good luck with your paper! :-)