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31 December 2019 NAMES AND WORKS PLACED ON OFFICIAL LISTS AND INDEXES OR EMENDED IN RULINGS OF THE COMMISSION PUBLISHED IN VOLUME 76 (2019)

Names and works placed on the Official Lists and Indexes in Volume 75 are listed below. Entries on the Official Lists are in bold type and those on the Official Indexes in non-bold type.

abbreviatus, Metochus, Scott, 1874 (Heteroptera). Op. 2433

Bathygnathus Leidy, 1853 (Synapsida). Op. 2446

bicolor, Prionocerus, Redtenbacher, 1868 (Coleoptera). Op. 2444

bifurcum, Opatrum, Fabricius, 1798 (Coleoptera). Op. 2438

Blothrus Schiödte, 1847 (Pseudoscorpiones). Op. 2304; Official Correction 132

borealis, Bathygnathus, Leidy, 1853 (Synapsida). Op. 2446

capillaceus, Trochus (Osilinus?), Philippi, 1849 (Gastropoda). Op. 2437

cayennensis, Emys, Schweigger, 1812 (Reptilia). Op. 2431

Cheliferidae Risso, [1827] (Pseudoscorpiones). Op. 1542; Official Correction 132

contaminata, Tipula, Linnaeus, 1758 (Diptera). Op. 2445

cornutus, Bolitophagus, Fabricius, 1801 (Coleoptera). Op. 2438

decempunctata, Lema, Gebler, 1829 (Coleoptera). Op. 2439

Dimetrodon Cope, 1878 (Synapsida). Op. 2446

episcopus, Trochus, Hombron & Jacquinot, 1848 (Gastropoda). Op. 2437

erosus, Rhyparochromus, Walker, 1872 (Heteroptera). Op. 2433

ferrugineus, Scarabaeus, Olivier, 1789 (Coleoptera). Op. 2432

ferrugineus, Scarabaeus, Palisot de Beauvois, 1809 (Coleoptera). Op. 2432

fuliginosus, Thamnophilus, d'Orbigny & Lafresnaye, 1837 (Aves). Op. 2441

Hanson HC (2006) The White-cheeked Geese: Branta canadensis, B. maxima, B. ‘lawrensis’, B. hutchinsii, B. leucopareia, and B. minima. Taxonomy, ecophysiographic relationships, biogeography, and evolutionary considerations. Vol. 1. Eastern taxa. Avvar Books, Blythe [California], xxiii + 420 pp. Op. 2436

Hanson HC (2007) The White-cheeked Geese: Branta canadensis, B. maxima, B. ‘lawrensis’, B. hutchinsii, B. leucopareia, and B. minima. Taxonomy, ecophysiographic relationships, biogeography, and evolutionary considerations. Vol. 2. Western taxa, biogeography, and evolutionary considerations. Avvar Books, Blythe [California], viii + 692 pp. Op. 2436

incisivus, Dimetrodon, Cope, 1878 (Synapsida). Op. 2446

Jersabek CD, De Smet WH, Hinz C, Fontaneto D, Hussey CG, Michaloudi E, Wallace RL, Segers H (2018a) List of Available Names in Zoology, Candidate Part Phylum Rotifera, genus-group names established before 1 January 2000. [1] + 24 + 9 + [2]. Available at:  https://archive.org/details/LANCandidatePartGeneraRotifera. Op. 2430

Jersabek CD, De Smet WH, Hinz C, Fontaneto D, Hussey CG, Michaloudi E, Wallace RL, Segers H (2018b) List of Available Names in Zoology, Candidate Part Phylum Rotifera, species-group names established before 1 January 2000. [3] + 231 + [1] + 45 + 54 + [2]. Available at:  https://archive.org/details/LANCandidatePartSpeciesRotifera. Op. 2430

marmorea, Cetonia, Olivier, 1789 (Coleoptera). Op. 2442

mexicanus, Coccus, Lamarck, 1801 (Hemiptera). Op. 2443

northropi, Quetzalcoatlus, Lawson, 1975 (Pterosauria). Op. 2440

pertii, Prionocerus, Laporte, 1838 (Coleoptera). Op. 2444

Plateosaurus Meyer, 1837 (Dinosauria). Op. 2435

pulcher, Scarabaeus, Swederus, 1787 (Coleoptera). Op. 2442

Quetzalcoatlus Lawson, 1975 (Pterosauria). Op. 2440

ropunctata, Lema, Gebler, 1829 (Coleoptera). Op. 2439

sativus, Coccus, Lancry, 1791 (Hemiptera). Op. 2443

schistaceus, Thamnophilus, d'Orbigny, 1835 (Aves). Op. 2441

schistaceus, Thamnophilus, d'Orbigny, 1838 (Aves). Op. 2441

silvestris, Coccus, Lancry, 1791 (Hemiptera). Op. 2443

spelaeus, Blothrus Schiödte, 1847 (Pseudoscorpiones). Op. 2304; Official Correction 132

trossingensis, Plateosaurus, Fraas, 1913 (Dinosauria). Op. 2435

unifilis, Podocnemis, Troschel, 1848 (Reptilia). Op. 2431

"NAMES AND WORKS PLACED ON OFFICIAL LISTS AND INDEXES OR EMENDED IN RULINGS OF THE COMMISSION PUBLISHED IN VOLUME 76 (2019)," The Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 76(1), 210-211, (31 December 2019). https://doi.org/10.21805/bzn.v76.a067
Published: 31 December 2019
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