The Judicial Commission has formally and explicitly ruled that the nomenclatural types cited in the Approved Lists are the correct types unless later varied by the Commission under its powers. The type species of becomes and the type species of becomes , superseding the types cited in Opinion 13. is placed on the list of nomen rejicienda.


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