[Taxacom] abbreviation in authority citation

Max BILLAH mbillah at icipe.org
Fri May 19 01:59:28 CDT 2006


Diana,

A check on the species shows that it was transferred from Isotoma to Proisotoma by Börner in 1903.
My guess is that the abreviation t.t may or might mean "transferred by" (just a guess!).

Cheers,

Max BILLAH.

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Diana Hernández 
  To: Taxacom at mailman.nhm.ku.edu 
  Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2006 16:53
  Subject: [Taxacom] abbreviation in authority citation


  Dear all,
  Does anybody know the meaning of "t.t" in the authority of a species?

  An example could be a collembola 
  species:  Proisotoma minuta (Tullberg, 1871, t.t.) Börner, 1903
  I would like to know what is it and if 
  abbreviating the authorship which author could be excluded?

  Thanks in advance




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