[Taxacom] two names online published - one new species
neale at bishopmuseum.org
Thu Jan 21 14:49:51 CST 2016
Dubois is NOT an ICZN Commissioner.
On Stardate 1/21/16, 10:37 AM, "Taxacom on behalf of Michael Reuscher"
<taxacom-bounces at mailman.nhm.ku.edu on behalf of germman82 at gmail.com>
>The issue of the nomenclatural availability of "online first" versions of
>taxonomic papers has recently been discussed in the Bulletin of Zoological
>Nomenclature by Krell (2015) and Dubois et al. (2015). In essences, Krell
>suggests that the date of the online publication should be considered the
>publication date, as long as the content in the final version remains
>exactly the same (except for issue and page number of course, which Krell
>calls bibliographical metadata). Dubois et al., on the other hand, suggest
>that the online first version should be ignored and only the final
>publication should be considered a publication. They argue that issue and
>page number are part of the publication, because they are often often used
>to refer to species descriptions or other important data. Note that Krell
>and Dubois are both commissioners of the ICZN. Therefore, I think that
>issue has not been resolved by the commission and is still up for debate.
>*Michael Reuscher, **Ph.D.*
>*Postdoctoral Research Associate*
>*Ecosystem Studies & Modeling *
>*Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies*
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>On Thu, Jan 21, 2016 at 2:07 PM, Francisco Welter-Schultes
><fwelter at gwdg.de>
>> This is a zoonomenclaturally relevant issue, with precedence in relation
>> to electronic publication and zoobank issues as main topics.
>> For this kind of questions I would recommend to post this case also on
>> [iczn-list] mailing list, for there may be list members with
>> skills who are not on the [Taxacom] list.
>> (I have nothing to add to the explanations by Doug and Thomas.)
>> Am 21.01.2016 um 20:13 schrieb Hans Henderickx:
>>> The following two publications were almost simultanously published in
>>> January 2016 concerning the same fossil species but based on two
>>> specimens from Burmese amber (Strepsiptera).
>>> The publication of Engel was already available online 13 November
>>> (noted in the publicaton: www.elsevier.com/locate/CretRes), but it's
>>> reference in the publication (for the printed version I suppose) says
>>> The Pohl publication was also registered in ZOOBANK
>>> * Engel, M. et al. (2016) A new twisted-wing parasitoid from
>>> amber of Myanmar (Strepsiptera). Cretaceous Research
>>> * Pohl, H. (2016) Kinzelbachilla ellenbergeri - a new ancestral
>>> species, genus and family of Strepsiptera (Insecta)(DOI:
>>> Wich publication has priority here, and wich name is valid? Engel's
>>> publication was online published and registered by Elsevier two months
>>> earlyer (2015), so the name proposed in this publication Phthanoxenos
>>> nervosus looks to have priority rights.
>>> However, according the ICZN about online publishing the names in an
>>> online publication are only 'legally' registered after registration in
>>> See http://iczn.org/node/40562 . Until than the publication should be
>>> considered as 'non valid' and the names as 'unavailable'
>>> In that case, taken in consideration the ZooBank instruction, only
>>> publication is legally valid, with another species name in this case:
>>> Kinzelbachilla ellenbergeri. However, Elsevier has registered Engel's
>>> publication http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cretres.2015.10.008. before
>>> (2015) and ZooBanks' profile as 'monopoly concerning registrations'
>>> be considered as illegal concurrence. Space for discussion here it
>>> me, I am interested in the opinion of the list members.
>>> Hans Henderickx
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