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Re: Is there a formal term for this?
And all these species form the hypodigm of the genus.
Also: let T, R, and H the number of Type species, Referred species,
and number of species under the Hypodigm of the genus.
By definition, T=1. Also, H=T+R=1+R or R=H-1.
If you want to be strictly accurate, Saint Abyssal, you should also
consider the species which have been synonymized.
2010/8/2 T. Michael Keesey <email@example.com>:
> On Mon, Aug 2, 2010 at 11:12 AM, Saint Abyssal <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Is there a formal term used for "all of the non-type species in a given
>> genus?" Like "The type species of the genus *Psittacosaurus* is *P.
>> mongoliensis* and there are eleven other XXXX species within the genus." Do
>> you know what I mean?
> Dunno about a formal term, but I'd use "referred".
> T. Michael Keesey
> Technical Consultant and Developer, Internet Technologies
> Glendale, California