[Taxacom] Describing the unknown sex of a species

Luis Popa popaluis at antipa.ro
Wed Feb 6 04:56:06 CST 2013

I have a beginner question: when one describes for the first time the
unknown sex of a species, what is the status of the material used for
that? I know it is not a type, but is there a specific way to designate it?
Thank you.

Luis Popa, Ph.D.
Research Scientist
Head of Molecular Biology Department
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