|Syntype of Wyomingites aplanatus (White 1879)|
Holotypes are single specimens showing what all other specimens of that species should look like.
|Holotype for Danubites strongi Hyatt & Smith 1905|
|Paperwork in the box|
Jim and I will be examining these types over the next few weeks or months as they come in. There is a lot of revising and/or synonymizing to do. What was thought to be typical may actually be atypical of the type.
|Holotype of Xenoceltites cordilleranus (Smith 1932)|
Thanks to Dan Levin at the Smithsonian Institute, and Randy Irmis and Carrie Levitt-Bussian at the NHMU for helping and facilitating the loan from the USNM, we really appreciate their help and hospitality.