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Dracograllus jaewani Rho & Kim, 2011

1755904  (urn:lsid:marinespecies.org:taxname:1755904)

 unaccepted > nomen nudum
Species
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Rho, H.S. and Min, W.G. (2011). Nematoda: Chromadorea: Desmodorida: Draconematidae, marine dragon nematodes. <em>Invertebrate Fauna of Korea.</em> Volume 13, Number 2 Incheon: National Institute of Biological Resources - ISBN : 9788994555300-96470 Government Publications Registration Number 11-1480592-000131-01. [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 
Taxonomic remark  "Failure to explicitly establish the new taxon
Article 16.1 of the Code states that every new name published after 1999...  
Taxonomic remark  "Failure to explicitly establish the new taxon
Article 16.1 of the Code states that every new name published after 1999 must be explicitly indicated as intentionally new. Authors are advised to make their intentions explicit by using in the heading of new names abbreviations of Latin terms, such as ‘fam. nov.’, ‘gen. nov.’, ‘sp. nov.’, ‘ssp. nov.’, or an equivalent expression (e.g. ‘species nova’, ‘new species’). Failure to follow Article 16.1 will render the new name(s) invalid. For example, Stradomsky (2016) proposed several new subtribes of polyommatine butterflies (Lycaenidae) (i.e. Pithecopina Stradomsky, 2016, Azanina Stradomsky, 2016, Theclinesthina Stradomsky, 2016, Jamidina Stradomsky, 2016, Uranothaumatina Stradomsky, 2016, Zizulina Stradomsky, 2016, Oboroniina Stradomsky, 2016, and Fameganina Stradomsky, 2016), but he did not explicitly indicate that the names were intentionally new, thus failing Article 16.1 (All names: intention of authors to establish new nominal taxa to be explicit). Moreover, he did not cite the type genus for each taxon, thus failing Article 16.2." Braby, Hsu and Lamas (2014)  [details]
Nemys eds. (2024). Nemys: World Database of Nematodes. Dracograllus jaewani Rho & Kim, 2011. Accessed through: World Register of Marine Species at: https://www.marinespecies.org/aphia.php?p=taxdetails&id=1755904 on 2024-07-14
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original description Rho, H.S. and Min, W.G. (2011). Nematoda: Chromadorea: Desmodorida: Draconematidae, marine dragon nematodes. <em>Invertebrate Fauna of Korea.</em> Volume 13, Number 2 Incheon: National Institute of Biological Resources - ISBN : 9788994555300-96470 Government Publications Registration Number 11-1480592-000131-01. [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 

status source Michael F Braby, Yu-Feng Hsu and Gerardo Lamas. (2024). How to describe a new species in zoology and avoid mistakes. <em>Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society.</em> XX, 1–16., available online at https://doi.org/10.1093/zoolinnean/zlae043 [details]  Available for editors  PDF available [request] 
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Taxonomic remark  "Failure to explicitly establish the new taxon
Article 16.1 of the Code states that every new name published after 1999 must be explicitly indicated as intentionally new. Authors are advised to make their intentions explicit by using in the heading of new names abbreviations of Latin terms, such as ‘fam. nov.’, ‘gen. nov.’, ‘sp. nov.’, ‘ssp. nov.’, or an equivalent expression (e.g. ‘species nova’, ‘new species’). Failure to follow Article 16.1 will render the new name(s) invalid. For example, Stradomsky (2016) proposed several new subtribes of polyommatine butterflies (Lycaenidae) (i.e. Pithecopina Stradomsky, 2016, Azanina Stradomsky, 2016, Theclinesthina Stradomsky, 2016, Jamidina Stradomsky, 2016, Uranothaumatina Stradomsky, 2016, Zizulina Stradomsky, 2016, Oboroniina Stradomsky, 2016, and Fameganina Stradomsky, 2016), but he did not explicitly indicate that the names were intentionally new, thus failing Article 16.1 (All names: intention of authors to establish new nominal taxa to be explicit). Moreover, he did not cite the type genus for each taxon, thus failing Article 16.2." Braby, Hsu and Lamas (2014)  [details]

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