[Taxacom] Just checking - effective publication in botany - "early view" example...

Paul van Rijckevorsel dipteryx at freeler.nl
Sun May 9 00:47:52 CDT 2021

It depends on what "Early view" means. The accepted
phrase is "Version of Record" (used by Wiley at the
bottom of each page, if they are consistent): if that is
used, the paper counts as effectively published.


Op 08/05/2021 om 21:25 schreef Tony Rees via Taxacom:
> Dear Taxacomers, I am interested in the valid publication (yes/no) of
> botanical names in a journal "early view" online - in particular the new
> algal class Olisthodiscophyceae as published in Journal of Phycology "Early
> View" at https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/jpy.13155 . From
> my reading of the ICNafp (Shenzhen Code, 2018) the new name/s published
> therein should be validly published, no? Relevant ICN articles and text
> read:
> *29.1.* Publication is effected, under this *Code,* by distribution of
> printed matter (through sale, exchange, or gift) to the general public or
> at least to scientific institutions with generally accessible libraries.
> Publication is also effected by distribution on or after 1 January 2012 of
> electronic material in Portable Document Format (PDF; see also Art. 29.3
> <https://www.iapt-taxon.org/nomen/pages/main/art_29.html#Art29.3>and Rec.
> 29A.1 <https://www.iapt-taxon.org/nomen/pages/main/art_29.html#Rec29A.1>)
> in an online publication with an International Standard Serial Number
> (ISSN) or an International Standard Book Number (ISBN).
> [...]
> *30.2.* An electronic publication is not effectively published if there is
> evidence within or associated with the publication that its content is
> merely preliminary and was, or is to be, replaced by content that the
> publisher considers final, in which case only the version with that final
> content is effectively published.
> *Ex.* *2.* *“Rodaucea”* was published in a paper first placed online on 12
> January 2012 as a PDF document accessible through the website of the
> journal *Mycologia* (ISSN 0027-5514, print; ISSN 1557-2436, online). That
> document had a header stating “In Press”, and on the journal website it was
> qualified as “Preliminary version”, which is clear evidence that it was not
> considered by the publisher as final. Because the final version of the
> document appeared simultaneously online and in print, a correct citation of
> the name is: *Rodaucea *W. Rossi & Santam. in Mycologia 104 (print and
> online): 785. 11 Jun 2012.
> *Ex.* *3.* *“Lycopinae”* appeared in a paper first placed online on 26
> April 2012 as an “Advance Access” PDF document accessible through the
> website of the *American Journal of Botany* (ISSN 0002-9122, print; ISSN
> 1537-2197, online). Because the journal website stated (May 2012) “AJB
> Advance Access articles … have not yet been printed or posted online by
> issue” and “minor corrections may be made before the issue is released”,
> this was evidently not considered the final version by the publisher. The
> name *Lycopinae* B. T. Drew & Sytsma was validly published in Amer. J. Bot.
> 99: 945. 1 May 2012, when the printed volume containing it was effectively
> published.
> *Ex.* *4.* The paper (in S. African J. Bot. 80: 63–66; ISSN 0254-6299) in
> which the name *Nanobubon hypogaeum* J. Magee appeared was effectively
> published online as a PDF document on 30 March 2012 in its “final and fully
> citable” form, prior to publication of the printed version (May 2012).
> Papers that appeared online in the same journal under the heading “In Press
> Corrected Proof” are not effectively published because the journal website
> clearly stated “Corrected proofs: articles that contain the authors’
> corrections. Final citation details, e.g. volume/issue number, publication
> year and page numbers, still need to be added and the text might change
> before final publication.”
> *Note* *1*. An electronic publication may be a final version even if
> details, e.g. volume, issue, article, or page numbers, are to be added or
> changed, provided that those details are not part of the content (see Art.
> 30.3 <https://www.iapt-taxon.org/nomen/pages/main/art_30.html#Art30.3>).
> *30.3.* Content of an electronic publication includes that which is visible
> on the page, e.g. text, tables, illustrations, etc., but it excludes
> volume, issue, article, and page numbers; it also excludes external sources
> accessed via a hyperlink or URL (Uniform Resource Locator).
> Thanks in advance for any comments on this particular published work,
> Regards - Tony
> Tony Rees, New South Wales, Australia
> https://about.me/TonyRees
> www.irmng.org
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