Amphibians of the Pacific Northwest by Lawrence L. C. Jones, William P. Leonard, Deanna H. Olson

By Lawrence L. C. Jones, William P. Leonard, Deanna H. Olson

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Requirements. 1. Publication. The name or nomenclatural act must have been published, in the meaning of Article 8, after 1757. 2. Mandatory use of Latin alphabet. 2). 3. Derivation. Providing it meets the requirements of this Chapter, a name may be a word in or derived from Latin, Greek or any other language (even one with no alphabet), or be formed from such a word. It may be an arbitrary combination of letters providing this is formed to be used as a word. Examples. Toxostoma and brachyrhynchos from the Greek; opossum from the Algonquian Indian; Abudefduf from the Arabic; korsac from the Russian; nakpo from the Tibetan; canguru from the Kokoimudji Aboriginal; Gythemon, an arbitrary combination of letters.

Scope. 1. 14), as well as names proposed before 1931 based on the work of extant animals. 2. The Code regulates the names of taxa in the family group, genus group, and species group. 6 also regulate names of taxa at ranks above the family group. 3. Exclusions. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. as modifications of available names [Art. 10] throughout a taxonomic group by addition of a standard prefix or suffix in order to indicate that the taxa named are members of that group. Example. g. all generic names in Insecta would be prefixed by Ins-.

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