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holotype (noun, pl. holotypes;nomenclature term) – the single most important specimen from the original collection, referring only to one single specimen designated as type in the original publication by the author of the species; the holotype must be designated in the protologue as one single collection to be kept at a particular herbarium that must be generally accessible to the scientific public; preferably not a private collection.

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