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Should you need original localities, they can be found in the original descriptions or from particular museum holdings often online. Many scientific names of fish species are based on personal names; some were found to be incorrect. For example, Jordan and co-workers spelled Japanese names ending in "a" with a terminal "e" as in matsubarae; that is acceptable, with the name Latinized first.
So those names do not end in "i".
Remarks are provided by Eschmeyer in this version for most species based on personal names. For a review of this very technical subject, see Dubois Zootaxa No. New treatment of synonyms: Often an author revises a genus and treats a species in detail but does not mention the species synonyms if any. In the past, we did not move the synonyms.
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Typically, this often resulted in the synonyms being in a different current genus than the valid parent species. Some synonyms will be moved incorrectly, but it is considered more desirable to have the potential synonyms in the same current genus as the valid parent species. Author plus date and a species code: The code of Zoological Nomenclature does not require a comma between the author and date, only a suggestion.
In fact, we consider that confusing as that is traditionally used to show a cited reference in journal publications and not a species authorship and date. So you will find no comma between the author and date. Some journals are now treating species in this way. Figures: Under a new species heading, some journals list a only the major figure, some list b all figures including maps, habitats and graphs , and c some give figures showing the full view and any illustrated parts of the species.
We give all figures that show a full view and any anatomical part of the species, so our listing of figures often differs from the treatment by a journal in the original description as listed in the species heading. For some species described many years ago, one may find both the original locality and in parentheses a modern name for that locality. Many collections now have their holdings on-line, and it is there one can usually find the actual original locality if needed. Current localities are often augmented by additional information, such as coordinates.
Authors: We have added initials in brackets to distinguish all individual authors of genera and species. The classification is as used in the Catalog of Fishes. Family-Group Names -- Priority applies to Family-group names.
It did not in early years. As classifications are refined with use of more subfamilies and tribes, it is required to use the oldest available family-group name for these new taxa. Ichthyological Collections -- Presented are those specimen collections mentioned in the main Catalog of Fishes database, especially as repositories of type specimens. Besides museum names and abbreviations, this includes WWW sites, cross-referencing of abbreviations, and selection of museums by country, along with type catalogs, historical articles, name changes, transfers, and other items for individual collections.
Prepared by Ron Fricke and Bill Eschmeyer. Ichthyological Journals -- There are nearly individual journals or monograph series in the Catalog of Fishes database. Acknowledgments for Ron Fricke : K. Anderson Jr.
Eschmeyer's Catalog of Fishes is the authoritative reference for taxonomic fish names, featuring a searchable on-line database. Richard van der Laan Richard.
Ron Fricke RonFricke web. William N. Eschmeyer weschmeyer calacademy. This series serves to provide the most up-to-date taxonomic treatment of the families of recent fishes. The Department of Ichthyology is home to one of the largest and most important collections of fishes in the world, and is designated as one of eight International Centers for Ichthyology in North America. Meet the researchers, explore projects and expeditions, and more.
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