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  1. May 2019
  2. Dec 2018
  3. Jul 2018
  4. Mar 2018
    1. Nature 415, 957; 2002
    2. and I hope Nature or Science might celebrate these milestones as they do completed genome sequences

      interesting

  5. May 2017
    1. The valid generic name for red-backed voles (Muroidea: Cricetidae: Arvicolinae): restatement of the case for Myodes Pallas, 1811

      The valid generic name for red-backed voles

  6. Nov 2016
  7. Sep 2016
  8. Aug 2016
    1. @stho002 Originally Paraphylax volutithorax Broun 1880 (name no. 646) http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/10177254, as you point out. If you check Exohadrus http://iphylo.org/~rpage/nz/index.php?mode=genus&q=Exohadrus and go to description http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/10180401 you see "No. 646 is the representative species, now Exohadrus volutithorax."

      I've not been able to find "Syrphetodes volutithorax" online other than in sources based on http://bug.tamu.edu/research/collection/hallan/test/Arthropoda/Insects/Coleoptera/Family/Ulodidae.txt

    1. Turdus poliocephalus

      Higher taxon match, is actually Turdus poliocephalus löseri

      Original description in "Preliminary Report on the Birds of the George Vanderbilt Sumatran Expedition of 1939: Notulae Naturae of The Academy of Natural Sciences of Phila., No. 18" https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=d-nCni44OcoC

    1. Marpesia livius Kirby, 1871

      Original name Megalura livius Kirby, 1871 A synonymic catalogue of diurnal Lepidoptera p. 221 http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/12261237

    1. Ipanephis esperanzalis Schaus, 1913

      Name should be Ipanephis esperanzalis (Schaus, 1913). Originally Epiphanis esperanzalis http://biodiversitylibrary.org/page/18635583, genus name was published in 1975 http://biostor.org/reference/184773

  9. Jun 2016
    1. ANoteonStrombuscoronatusDefrance,1827andStrombuscoronatusRoding,1798(Mollusca:Gastropoda)
    1. LUDBROOK,N.H.(1971).LargegastropodsofthefamiliesDiastomatidaeandCerithiidae(Mollusca:Gastropoda)insouthernAustralia.Trans.R.Soc.S.Aust.95(1):29-42,pis.1-6
    2. VIGNAL.L.(1904).ListedecoquillesdelafamilledesCerithidesrecueilliesparM.Ch.GravierauxenvironsdeDjiboutietd'Obock(1904).Bull.Mus.Hist.nat.,Paris,10:354-359
    3. ANEWLARGESPECIESOFPSEUDOVERTAGUS(GASTROPODA,CERITHIIDAE)FROMWESTERNAUSTRALIA

      A new large species of Pseudovertagus (Gastropoda, Cerithiidae) from Western Australia

    4. WAM324-73

      WAM 324-73

    5. Pseudovertagusperoni

      Pseudovertagus peroni

    6. 32°16'S,115°42'E
    1. Allen, J. A. 1914. Mammals collected on the Roosevelt Brazilian Expedition, with field notes by Leo E. Miller. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 35:559–610.
    2. Fleck, D. W., R. S. Voss, and N. B. Simmons. 2002. Underdifferentiated taxa and sublexical categorization: an example from Matses classification of bats. Journal of Ethnobiology 22:61–102.
    3. Hulbert, R. C., Jr. 2010. A new early Pleistocene tapir (Mammalia: Perissodactyla) from Florida, with a review of Blancan tapirs from the state. Bulletin of the Florida Museum of Natural History 49:67–126.
    4. Tapirus kabomani
    5. AMNH 36661
  10. www.sbpbrasil.org www.sbpbrasil.org
    1. Hulbert Jr, R. C. 1995. The giant tapir, Tapirus haysii, from LeiseyShell Pit 1A and other Florida Invingtonian localities. Bulletinof Florida Museum of Natural History,p. 515-551.
    2. Museu do Estado de Rondônia(MERO)
    3. Laboratório de PesquisasPaleontógicas (UFAC)
    4. UFAC-035-PV
    5. UFAC-034-PV
    6. MERO-PV-002,
    7. 9º13’52”S,72º42’39”W
    8. 9º12’48”S , 72º41’34”W
    9. NEW RECORDS OF TAPIRUS FROM THE LATE PLEISTOCENE OFSOUTHWESTERN AMAZONIA, BRAZIL
    1. Tapirus rondoniensis
    2. Tapirus haysii†—UF 60872, UF 60874, UF 80446, UF 82782, UF 83305, UF 84190, UF 87231, UF 89539, UF115946, UF 243502.
    3. Tapirus terrestris.—MACN 76, MACN 31211, MACN 33276, MACN 50559, MCN 2532, MCN 2750, MCN 2848, MLP 754, MLP 755, MLP 1349, MLP 1402, MLP 1681, MLP 4IV0013, MN599, MN600, MN865, MN867, MN1605, MN57062, MN57067, MN64437, MN64572, MN64652, MN70698, MN71599, MZUSP106, MZUSP3232, MZUSP3268, MZUSP3727, MZUSP5701, MZUSP6139, MZUSP6140, MZUSP6525, MZUSP7006, MZUSP7007, MZUSP7700, MZUSP9604, MZUSP9714, MZUSP20034, MZUSP20035, MZUSP20037, MZUSP22422, MZUSP29085.
    4. UF/FGS 277
    5. CICYTTP-PV-M-1-23
    6. UF 84190
    7. UF 80446
    8. 10°03′01″S, 65°19′31″W
    9. UNIR-PLV-M009
    10. >46,310 14C
    11. 27,310 ± 200 14C
    12. New Tapirus species (Mammalia: Perissodactyla: Tapiridae) from the upper Pleistocene of Amazonia, Brazil
    1. Crocidura
    2. Peters W. 1870. Über neue Arten von Spitzmäusen des Königlischen Zoologischen Museums aus Ceylon, Malacca, Borneo, China, Luzon und Ostafrica. Monatsberichte der Königlichen Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaft 1870:584–596.
    3. FMNH 212763, 212779–212793, 213408–213410, USNM 481306.
    4. Crocidura absconditus
    5. Jentink F. A. 1910a. Two undescribed shrews from Mount Pangerango, Java. Notes from the Leyden Museum 32:198.
    6. Heaney L. R., Timm R. M.. 1983. Systematics and distribution of shrews of the genus Crocidura (Mammalia: Insectivora) in Vietnam. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 96:115–120.
    7. Jenkins P. D., Kilpatrick C. W., Robinson M. F., Timmins R. J.. 2004. Morphological and molecular investigations of a new family, genus and species of rodent (Mammalia: Rodentia: Hystricognatha) from Lao PDR. Systematics and Biodiversity 2:419–454.
    8. Jenkins P. D. 1982. A discussion of Malayan and Indonesian shrews of the genus Crocidura (Insectivora: Soricidae). Zoologische Mededelingen 56:267–279.
    9. OISE-0965856
    10. DEB-1343517
    11. 6.7620°S, 106.9840°E
    1. 36.8°N, 75.8°W
    2. 42.5°S, 64.3°W
    3. 42.4°S, 64.3°W
    4. 42.5°S, 64.3°W
    5. 42.4°S, 64.1°W
    6. 34.5°S, 19.3°E
    7. 32.6°S, 18.3°E
    8. 32.3°S, 18.3°E
    9. 34.3°S, 18.4°E
    10. 34.2°S, 18.3°E
    11. 35.3°S, 137.3°E
    12. 36.6°N, 140.8°E
    13. Right whales carry large populations of three ‘whale lice’ (Cyamus ovalis, Cyamus gracilis, Cyamus erraticus) that have no other hosts.
    14. Eubalaena
    15. Cyamus erraticus
    16. Cyamus gracilis
    17. 38.4°N, 74.6°W
    18. Roussel de Vauzème M (1834) Mémoire sur le Cyamus ceti (Latr.) de la classe des Crustacés. Annales des Sciences Naturelles, Zoologie, 2e Série , 1, 239–265.
    19. 44.5°N, 66.5°W
    20. 41.9°N, 70.0°W
    21. 44.3°N, 66.4°W
    22. Eubalaena australis
    23. Eubalaena japonica
    24. Eubalaena glacialis
    25. Cyamus ovalis
    1. Cozzuol, Mario A., Camila L. Clozato, Elizete C. Holanda, Flávio H. G. Rodrigues, et al. (2013) A new species of tapir from the Amazon: Journal of Mammalogy, vol. 94, no. 6
    1. AY753560
    2. 6 November 2003
    3. 7 July 2005
    4. Philautus
    5. Philautus neelanethrus
    6. Manamendra-Arachchi K, Pethiyagoda R (2005) The Sri Lankan shrub-frogs of the genus Philautus Gistel, 1848 (Ranidae: Rha-cophorinae), with description of 27 new species. Raff Bull Zool Suppl 12: 163–303
    7. Philautus neelanethrus sp. nov. was found mainly in the mid-altitudinal range (500–700 m asl) characterized by ever-green/semi-evergreen/moist deciduous forest patches in the central Western Ghats, and most importantly in Myristica swamps, which are considered to be living fossils among the vegetation types prevailing in the region (Chandran and Divakar, 2001)
    8. AB167932
    9. AY753560
    10. BNHS-4510
    11. AY763797
    12. BNHS-4510
    13. 13°44’18”N, 75°06’30”E
    14. 14°08’25”N, 74°47’44”E
    1. HUTTERER R. & KOCK D., 2002: Recent and ancient records of shrews from Syria, with notes on Crocidura katinka Bate, 1937 (Mammalia: Soricidae). Bonn. Zool. Beitr., 50: 249–258.
    2. ZFMK 96.411,
    3. 09° 44’ N, 118° 43’ E
    4. FMK 2003.1094.
    5. 11° 49.188’ N, 121° 58.064’ E
    6. ZFMK 2003.1091,
    7. Records of shrews from Panay and Palawan, Philippines, with the description of two new species of Crocidura (Mammalia: Soricidae)
    1. Kapuas basin, western Borneo
    2. Mekong River in Laos
    3. Chao Phrya River, Thailand
    4. Perak River, western Malay Peninsula
    5. Indragiri River, Sumatra
    6. Freshwater stingrays (Dasyatidae) of Southeast Asia and New Guinea, with description of a new species ofHimantura and reports of unidentified species
    7. Chabanaud, P. 1923b. Sur divers vertébrés à sang froid de la région Indo-Chinoise. Bull. Mus. nat. Hist. natr. 29: 558–559.
    8. Chabanaud, P. 1923a. Description de deux plagiostomiens nouveaux d'Indo-Chine, appartenant au genreDasybatus (Trygon). Bull. Mus. nat. Hist. natr. 29: 45–50.
    9. Chaudhuri, B.L. 1912. Freshwater sting-rays of the Ganges. J. Proc. Asiatic Soc. Bengal, new series 7: 625–629.
    10. Roberts, T.R. 1978. An ichthyological survey of the Fly River in Papua New Guinea with descriptions of new species. Smithsonian Cont. Zool. 281. 72 pp.
    11. Himantura signifer
    1. Foraging activity of the processional termiteHospitalitermes hospitalis (Termitidae: Nasutitermitinae) in the rain forest of Brunei, north-west Borneo
    1. Molecular phylogeny of treeshrews (Mammalia: Scandentia) and the timescale of diversification in Southeast Asia
    1. Thomas O. 1895. On some mammals collected by Dr. E. Modigliani in Sipora, Mentawei Islands. Annali. Museuo Civico de Storia Naturale Genoa ser 2. 14:661–672.
    2. BMNH 86.7.2.12
    1. Woodman N., Timm R. M.. 1992. A new species of small-eared shrew, genus Cryptotis (Insectivora: Soricidae), from Honduras. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 105:1–12.
    2. 15 °45′44 ″N, 91 °30″10 ″W
    3. 15 °36′N, 91 °37′W
  11. e-journal.biologi.lipi.go.id e-journal.biologi.lipi.go.id
    1. SYSTEMATIC AND DESCRIPTION OF NEW SPECIES OF MAXOMYS (MURIDAE)
    2. Thomas, O., 1894. A preliminary revision of the Bornean species of the genus Mus. Annales Magazine Natural History 14:449-460.
    3. 1o19’ 8.11” S, 120o 6’ 8” E