A Study of Fossil Vertebrate Types in the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia: Taxonomic, Systematic, and Historical Perspectives

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Contents

ICHNOFOSSILIA
287
GUIDELINES
295
Adequate and Inadequate Descriptions
297
The Individual Defines a Type Specimen
298
Determination of Types Among Multiple Lots
299
Mixed Lots
300
Originally Available Specimens Constituting Type Material
301
Determining the Extent of the Original Type Lot
303
Revised Interpretation of Type Status Questionable Status as Type Material
304
Interpretation of Lectotype Designations
306
Identity of Holotype Obscured and Invalid Lectotypification
307
Type Status Unaffected by Systematic Placement or Age
308
Determination of Original Spelling and Place of Publication
309
Invalid Neotype Designation Recovery of Holotype Following Designation of Neotype
310
Correctable Errors Unjustified Emendation of Names
311
Simultaneous Publication
312
Valid Publication
313
Methods of Citation
314
UTILIZING THE LIBRARY AND THE CODEAN EXAMPLE
318
SYSTEMATICS AND TAXONOMY IN A TYPE COLLECTION
319
CONCLUSION
321
LITERATURE CITED WITH CLASSIFIED LISTS OF TAXA FOR WHICH ANSP HOLDS TYPE SPECIMENS
323
REGISTER OF ANSP SPECIMENS CITED IN THIS PUBLICATION
383
INDEX
403
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Page 335 - On the Fishes of the Recent and Pliocene Lakes of the Western Part of the Great Basin, and of the Idaho Pliocene Lake.
Page 335 - Annual report upon the geographical explorations and surveys west ' of the one hundredth meridian, in California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, and Montana, by George M. Wheeler, First Lieutenant of Engineers, USA; being Appendix FF of the Annual Report of the Chief of Engineers for 1874.
Page 331 - Report of Messrs. Cooper, JA Smith, and DeKay to the Lyceum of Natural History on a collection of fossil bones disinterred at Big Bone Lick, Kentucky, in September, 1830, and recently brought to New York.
Page 25 - ... first time one of the grand fossil-bearing regions of the West. Referring to an excursion into the Badlands, he writes : No scene ever impressed the writer more strongly than the view of one of these Badlands. . . . On ascending the butte to the east of our camp, I found before me another valley — a treeless barren plain, probably ten miles in width. From the far side of this valley, butte after butte arose and grouped themselves along the horizon, and looked together in the distance like the...
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