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Nine species that previously have been recognized as valid have been placed in synonymy.
Since the specific distinctions are purely microscopic, the synonymy beyond Rostafinski is mainly conjectural.
THE NORTH AMERICAN SLIME-MOULDSTHOMAS H. (THOMAS HUSTON) MACBRIDE
Fisher's synonymy of these muscles (1946: table 42) is in error.
Synonym′icon, a dictionary of synonymous words; Synonym′ics, synonymy.
I have here given the synonymy of this bird, as it has now been generally accepted by Seebohm, Sharpe, and others.
EXTINCT BIRDSWALTER ROTHSCHILD
The synonymy of this form is somewhat confused, but I think it is clear that huttonii of Owen is its proper name.
EXTINCT BIRDSWALTER ROTHSCHILD
The synonymy of each monotypic species or subspecies begins with the name as given in the original description.
The species are very variously understood by European botanists, and are much confused, as well as the synonymy.
British Synonymy was published in 1794, later therefore than Boswell's first and second editions.
This was evidently identical, from its synonymy, with the M. vertagus of the 'Systema.'

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