Title Variants: Translated: Code international de nomenclature zoologique. Uniform: International code of zoological nomenclature. Ti:i) 35 Y TIIH X V I N ‘1 1 ^ K H A’] ^1 C) ]\ A, L CO N’ G R EB^ 01 CODE INTERNATIONAL de NOMENCLATURE ZOOLOGIQUE adopte par le XVe CONGRES. Publisher London: International Trust for Zoological Nomenclature, Rev. ed. of: Code international de nomenclature zoologique/adopté par le XVe Congrès.

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A name not certainty applicable to any known taxon. Independence of zoological nomenclature. The semivowels w and nomencoature should be used to express the phonetic value that they have in the English words noemnclature acnd young. Species-group names formed from modern personal names. Information on reprints and preprints. The work of the Colloquium was notably assisted by the work of a number of Committees and Subcommittees, including that on the preamble C.

The three groups internatiomal in this Code are the family-group [Art. Substantifs latins combines avec des particules inseparables, ambi- di- dis- in- por- re- se- ve- semi- p. The foregoing are summarized in Bull, zool.

MelviUe in London in the fall of the initial post-Colloquium draft, and, with Professor DoUfus continued in his internationap for the French text through to the present final statement. Chester Bradley, reprinted from Bull. A mythological name that is not of classical origin should be given a Latin termination. La description d’un nouveau taxon du groupe-espece devrait etre accompagnee d’une illustration satisfaisante ou d’une reference bibliographique a une telle illustration.

II comprend le Code proprement dit, les Appendices et le Glossaire. Used in this Code as a general term for the determination of a type-species, whether by designation original or sub- sequentor indication q. Publier un nom zoologique de telle fagon qu’il soil utilisable au sens du Code, ou rendre utilisable nomenvlature nom pre- cedemment inutilisable pour une raison quelconque.

Types in the Family-Group 61 XV. Formation of family-group names. Un zoologiste ne devrait pas publier un nom pour la premiere fois dans un resume, une table des matieres, une introduction ou une clef, destines a paraitre avant le travail ou la partie du travail qui contient la description du nouveau taxon en question.


Chacun des synonymes fondes zoloogique le meme type. Words taken from languages neither classical nor modern Indo-European, e. Autres considerations relatives a la designation d’une espece-type.

In the case of synonyms, an author must have cited two or more such names, must have made it clear nomsnclature he believes them to represent the same taxonomic unit, and must have chosen one as the name of the taxon.

Un zoologiste qui elabore la description d’un nouveau taxon devrait y joindre des comparaisons avec les taxa apparentes, afm d’en faciliter I’identification ulterieure. It turned out that the simplest way to consider suggestions arising from this study was to prepare a comparative draft incorporating their ideas.

Noms du groupe-espece formes sur des noms modernes de personnes. Types in the Genus-Group 67 Article As a final labour he undertook the indexing nomenclatue the Code in this book, itself zoo,ogique severe and complicated task.

A zoologist should not publish a new species-group name a identical with one already core use in a closely related or associ- ated genus-group taxon, or b that differs from such a name only in its termination or in small differences in spelling, e. Peters, Provi- dence; C.

A nomen novum is a new name that is expressly proposed as a replacement name. For the purpose of preventing such disturbance and of promoting a stable and universally accepted nomenclature, it may, under these plenary powers, annul or validate any name, type-designation, or other published nomenclatural act, or any publication, and validate nokenclature estabUsh replacements.

Latin nouns combined with inseparable particles, ambi- di- dis- in- por- re- se- ve- semi- e.

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A new name nomen novum published, or an available synonym adopted [Art. Le genre grammatical d’un nom du groupe-genre est determine par application des dispositions sui- vantes. Besides 96 members from the United Kingdom there were from 1 to 13 representing each of 29 countries, and 46 from the U. Les noms geographiques latins utilises par les auteurs romains ou medievaux devraient etre preferes aux formes plus modernes, p.


A single specimen designated as the type-specimen of a nominal species-group taxon of which the holotype or lecto- typeand all paratypes, or all syntypes are lost or destroyed [Art. En sont exclus les noms donnes a des concepts hypothetiques, a des specimens tera- tologiques ou a des hybrides en tant que tels, ou a des formes infra- subspecifiques en tant que telles, ou les noms proposes pour un usage autre que taxonomique.

Si deux taxa dont les types sont differents sont subjectivement reunis en une seule unite taxonomique, leurs noms sont des synonymes subjectifs.

Nom d’un genre; premier terme d’un binome ou d’un trinome [Art. For example, Taenia ovilla Rivolta and Taenia ovilla Gmelin are primary homonyms, having been described in the same nominal genus. Criteria of Publication 7 IV. There are also many cases where the nominative case-endings of Greek nouns of other declensions have been unnecessarily altered, even changing the gender and declension and therewith the stem in forming zoological names.

Melville was enabled to get the material to the printer. Forest produced during the autumn of a xii Introduction text of the mandatory Code in English and in French. He should communicate with the other zoologist or his representatives and consider himself free to establish the new taxon only if the other zoologist or his repre- sentatives fails to do so in a reasonable period not less than a year.

Forest, and his conferences with Mr.

Espece nommee, objectivement definie par son specimen-type. Any other work published in is to be treated as having been pub- hshed after nlmenclature edition. Partly it is due to recognition of the degree to which practice in nomenclature differs in different subject materials, as for instance in entomology, ornithology, paleontology, and parasitology.