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VOLUME 18 1974 NUMBER 2




CATALOGUE OF TYPE SPECIMENS
IN THE DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL SCIENCES,
FLORIDA STATE MUSEUM

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FLORIDA STATE MUSEUM
CARTER R. GILBERT, ED.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION .------_ ------------------------_.-------..-- 102

FossIL INVERTEBRATES ...---------------------------- ------------------.----------- 104
FossIL VERTEBRATES --------- --------------------------------- ------ ----- 105

RECENT MOLLUSCS -------------------------------------------- --107
RECENT FISHES ------ ..---- --- _...---- --------------------------------- 110
RECENT AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES ------------------------------------- 115

RECENT MAMMALS ------------------------------------------- ----- -----. 120

Gilbert, Carter R., Ed. Catalogue of Type Specimens in the Department of Natural
Sciences, Florida State Museum. Bull. Florida State Mus., Vol. 18, No. 2, pp. 101-120.






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INTRODUCTION
The Florida State Museum was established in 1917 by an act of the
state legislature as a department of the University of Florida, Gaines-
ville. For 29 years, until his retirement in 1946, Dr. T. H. van Hyning
oversaw its slow but steady growth. The Museum remained dormant
from 1946 till 1951, at which time it was reactivated with Dr. Arnold B.
Grobman as director. He was succeeded by Dr. J. C. Dickinson, Jr., who
became acting director in 1959 and director in 1961, a position he pres-
ently occupies. With the decision to reactivate the Museum in 1951,
certain collections previously maintained by the Department of Biology
and the Department of Geology were merged with holdings of the
Museum.
The administrative offices and exhibits section of the Museum were
moved from campus to the Seagle Building, in downtown Gainesville,
in 1937. The various natural history collections, however, remained on
campus for many years, with most (all except fishes and invertebrate
fossils) finally being moved to the Seagle Building during the early and
mid-1960's, and one (Arthropods) being transferred in 1959 to the State
Plant Board of Florida (now the Division of Plant Industry) to be in-
corporated into its large collection. In all cases quarters were extremely
crowded and generally inadequate. Despite these shortcomings the
Museum continued to grow, with the permanent curatorial staff in
Natural Sciences increasing from an initial size of one-half position (half-
time in the Department of Biology) in 1951 to four in 1961. During
this time most of the collections continued to be active, with the cura-
torial responsibilities in some cases being handled by various staff mem-
bers in the Biology and Geology departments. By the late 1960's the per-
manent curatorial staff had risen to seven, and the number of full-time
technicians increased from two to five. In September 1970 the Museum
moied into its present quarters, a 2.5 million dollar tri-level complex
built in the form of an ancient Mayan pyramid. This building was
financed by a 1.1 million dollar grant from the National Science Founda-
tion, with the remainder coming from the state of Florida and private
sources. This was accompanied by further growth of both the profes-
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curators, two associates, and five full-time technicians working in the
various Natural Sciences collections.
The disciplines for which collections are maintained in the Museum's
Natural Sciences Department are herpetology, ichthyology, ornithology,
mammalogy, malacology, zooarcheology, invertebrate paleontology, and
vertebrate paleontology; with the geographical areas best represented
being southeastern United States, Central America, and the West Indies.
Many new taxa have been described based entirely or in part on ma-
terial from these collections. In addition to the types emanating directly
from work on museum material, a number have been acquired by ex-
change with other institutions or as the result of transferral of collections
from other museums. In accordance with Recommendation 72D (In-
stitutional Responsibility) of the International Code of Zoological No-
menclature (1961), the following list of type material in the Florida
State Museum has been prepared. As can be seen, the bulk is from
the ichthyology, herpetology, malacology, and vertebrate paleontology
collections. No types are present in the ornithology and zooarcheology
collections.
Insofar as possible a standard format has been followed in preparing
these lists, with emphasis being placed on brevity of presentation.
Taxa are separated by classes, but are listed alphabetically within the
class according to the species or subspecies name; the family name is in-
cluded in each case. Situations in which the taxon has subsequently
been 1) synonymized with another form, 2) elevated to a species or
reduced to a subspecies, 3) placed in a different genus, or 4) modified
with regard to spelling of the species name (gender of patronyms) are
so indicated in the lists. The source of original description is listed
for each taxon, rather than in a list at the end of the section, and only
the pages and figures actually dealing with the description of the new
form are included. No locality or collection data are included for either
the primary (name-bearing) or secondary (non name-bearing) types;
however, for vertebrate and invertebrate fossils the geological age is
indicated, either by period (for Paleozoic and Mesozoic material) or
epoch (for Cenozoic material). The Florida State Museum catalogue
number is given in all cases (each collection has its own set of numbers),
and the number of paratypic specimens is indicated in parentheses. The
Florida State Museum/University of Florida abbreviations (FSM or
UF), which are normally used in publication, are omitted throughout.
Paratypes are included for most collections, but not for some (mala-
cology and vertebrate paleontology), this being at the discretion of the
individual curators. All malacological types listed belong to the class
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Whole specimens in the herpetology and ichthyology collections are
permanently preserved in 40-45 percent isopropyl alcohol. These collec-
tions also include osteological material that is entered in the respective
catalogues along with the alcoholic specimens. The ornithology, mam-
malogy, and malacology collections are comprised mostly of dry ma-
terial (skins, eggs, bones, and shells), with a smaller number of speci-
mens in the last two collections being preserved in 70 percent isopropyl
alcohol.
The types lists for certain collections (fishes, reptiles and amphibians,
molluscs, vertebrate paleontology, and invertebrate paleontology) are
preceded by short summaries relating to such matters as size, history, and
geographic coverage of the collection, or further explanation of certain
things appearing in the lists. In addition, supplementary mimeographed
lists are being prepared for fishes, reptiles and amphibians, and inver-
tebrate fossils. These will include more detailed information on the types,
complete listings of the publications cited, and in some cases additional
information on the history, size, and composition of the particular col-
lection involved.
FOSSIL INVERTEBRATES
CRAIG D. SHAAK AND KENNETH E. CAMPBELL, JR.
The collection of fossil invertebrates has enjoyed rapid growth and
development. It was begun in 1958 by Dr. H. K. Brooks, Department
of Geology, and remained under his care until 1972, when Dr. Shaak
was appointed the first full-time curator in Invertebrate Paleontology.
Dr. Brooks was assisted by various graduate students and by Mrs. Dora
Partheniades, who worked first as a volunteer and later was employed
(between 1971 and 1972) on a part-time basis. Dr. Brooks still main-
tains an active interest in his role as adjunct curator. The collection
was housed in the Department of Geology (Floyd Hall), before being
moved to the new Museum building in 1970.
The holdings have recently been greatly enhanced by the acqui-
sition, from the Coastal Petroleum Company, of a substantial amount
of material, much of it identified. Special thanks are due Mrs. Muriel
Hunter, through whose generosity the collection was made available.
A more detailed, mimeographed version of this catalogue is also
being prepared, including secondary types. This will be distributed to
colleagues or can be obtained by writing the senior author.

PHYLUM COELENTERATA
CLASS HYDROZOA
ocalana, Cystactinia, Brooks. 1964. Pilot Register Zool: Card 10. (Hydractini-
idae). (Eocene). Holotype: 2102.


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PHYLUM ECHINODERMATA
CLASS ECHINOIDEA
ingens, Eupatagus, Zachos. 1968. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 31(3): 161-164
(Brissidae). (Eocene). Holotype: 1008.
PHYLUM ARTHROPODA
CLASS CIRRIPEDIA
georgiana, Kathpalmeria, Ross. 1965. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 28(1): 59-67.
(Balanidae). (Eocene). Paratype: 4000 (1).
prefloridanum, Pyrgoma, Brooks and Ross. 1960. Crustaceana, 1(4): 353-365.
(Balanidae). (Pleistocene). Holotype: 1313H. Paratypes: 1313 (50), 1314-
1316 (3).
tamiamiensis, Balanus, Ross. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 27(4): 271-277. (Balani-
dae). (Miocene). Paratypes: 1339-1340 (2).
CLASS MALACOSTRACA
brooks, Calappilia, Ross and Scolaro. 1964. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 27(2): 97-
106. (Calappidae). (Eocene). Paratypes: 1331-1333 (3).
ocalanus, Aparnocondylus, Ross, Lewis and Scolaro. 1964. Quart. J. Fla. Acad.
Sci., 27(3): 187-196. (Calappidae). (Eocene). Holotype: 1338.
robertsi, Calappa, Ross, Lewis and Scolaro. 1964. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 27(2):
97-106. (Calappidae). (Eocene). Paratypes: 1334-1337 (4).
PHYLUM MOLLUSCA
CLASS PLICATULA
hunterae, Plicatula, Shaak and Nicol. 1974. Tulane Stud. in Geol. and Paleont.,
in press. (Plicatulidae). (Late Pliocene or early Pleistocene). Holotype:
3655. Paratypes: 3656 (1), 3751 (1).

FOSSIL VERTEBRATES
S. DAVID WEBB AND THOMAS H. PATTON
The fossil vertebrate types in the Florida State Museum reflect the
principal strengths of the collection. Most are from Florida, and the rest
are from the West Indies. The collections also emphasize Florida, and
in general cover the entire Caribbean region. Chronologically, a ma-
jority of these types are of Pleistocene age, with the Pliocene and Mio-
cene epochs also being well represented. This reflects the simple fact
that few terrestrial deposits exposed in the Caribbean region predate
the middle of the Cenozoic era.
The Florida State Museum has developed collections in paleontology
only relatively recently. This fact is reflected in the types, the first of
which was not described until 1957. Since then types have been added
at an average rate of three per year. Prior to 1957 no paleontology col-
lection existed as such, the principal collections of Florida fossil verte-
brates being housed at the United States National Museum, the American
Museum of Natural History, Harvard University, and the Florida
Geological Survey (in Tallahassee). Since then, however, the Florida
State Museum collection has grown so rapidly that it has now become
the largest repository of Florida fossil vertebrates.


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FOSSIL AMPHIBIANS
abacus, Leptodactylus, Holman. 1965. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 28(1): 70-72, fig.
1. (Leptodactylidae). (Middle Miocene). Holotype: 10201.
barbouri, Acris, Holman. 1967. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 30(2): 128-130, fig. 3a.
(Hylidae). (Middle Miocene). Holotype: 10208.
barbudensis, Hyla, Auffenberg. 1958. ( = Eleutherodactylus barbudensis). Quart.
J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 21(3): 251, fig. 1. (Leptodactylidae). (Pleistocene).
Holotype: 2752.
miofloridana, Hyla, Holman. 1967. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 30(2): 132-133, fig.
3b. (Hylidae). (Middle Miocene). Holotype: 10209.
tiheni, Bufo, Auffenberg. 1957. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 20(1): 15, fig. 1.
(Bufonidae). (Middle Pliocene). Holotype: 5203.

FOSSIL REPTILES
alleni, Geochelone, Auffenberg. 1966. J. Paleont., 40(4): 877, fig. 1. (Testudi-
nidae). (Middle Pliocene). Holotype: 9370.
antiqua, Pseudocemophora, Auffenberg. 1963. Tulane Stud. in Zool., 10(3): 187,
fig. 36. (Colubridae). (Middle Miocene). Holotype: 6458.
auffenbergi, Macroclemys, Dobie. 1968. Tulane Stud. in Zool., (15)2: 60, fig. 1.
(Chelydridae). (Middle Pliocene). Holotype: 10992.
brevis, Heterodon, Auffenberg. 1963. Tulane Stud. in Zool., 10(3): 174, fig. 22.
(Colubridae). (Middle Pliocene). Holotype: 6153.
brevispinosus, Paleofarancia, Auffenberg. 1963. Tulane Stud. in Zool., 10(3): 169,
fig. 16. (Colubridae). (Pliocene). Holotype: 5566.
carri, Chrysemys, Rose and Weaver. 1966. Tulane Stud. in Geol., 5(1): 41-48,
fig. 4. (Emydidae). (Middle Pliocene). Holotype: 9427.
elinorae, Diadophis, Auffenberg. 1963. Tulane Stud. in Zool., 10(3): 171, fig. 18.
(Colubridae). (Middle Pliocene). Holotype: 6413.
floridanus, Calamagras, Auffenberg. 1963. Tulane Stud. in Zool., 10(3): 163, fig.
11. (Boidae). (Middle Miocene). Holotype: 6150.
floridanus, Paraoxybelis, Auffenberg. 1963. Tulane Stud. in Zool., 10(3): 190, fig.
39. (Colubridae). (Middle Miocene). Holotype: 5143.
inflata, Chrysemys, Weaver and Robertson. 1967. Tulane Stud. in Geol., 5(2): 57,
fig. 3. (Emydidae). (Middle Pliocene). Holotype: 12460.
minuatus, Anilioides, Auffenberg. 1963. Tulane Stud. in Zool., 10(3): 164, fig. 12.
(Aniliidae). (Middle Miocene). Holotype: 6151.
platymarginata, Chrysemys, Weaver and Robertson. 1967. Tulane Stud. in Geol.,
5(3): 59, fig. 4. (Emydidae). (Early Pleistocene). Holotype: 10046.
vetustum, Stilosoma, Auffenberg. 1963. Tulane Stud. in Zool., 10(3): 186, fig. 35.
(Colubridae). (Middle Pliocene). Holotype: 6467.
williamsi, Chrysemys, Rose and Weaver. 1966. Tulane Stud. in Geol., 5(1): 41-
48, fig. 1. (Emydidae). (Middle Pliocene). Holotype: 11561.

FOSSIL MAMMALS
aratai, Pitymys, Martin in Webb. 1974. Pleistocene Mammals of Florida, pp. 62-65,
fig. 3-9. Univ. of Fla. Press. (Microtidae). (Middle Pleistocene). Holotype:
11685.
bakeri, Sigmodon, Martin in Webb. 1974. Pleistocene Mammals of Florida, pp.
52-59, fig. 3-5. Univ. of Fla. Press. (Cricetidae). (Middle Pleistocene).
Holotype: 11700.
dilophidus, Castoroides ohioensis, Martin. 1969. J. Paleont., 43(4): 1033-1041,
figs. 2-5. (Castoridae). (Late Pleistocene). Holotype: 12404.
floridanus, Mylohyus, Kinsey in Webb. 1974. Pleistocene Mammals of Florida, pp.
158-169, fig. 6-1 thru 6-3. Univ. of Fla. Press. (Tayassuidae). (Early
Pleistocene). Holotype: 18002.


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garciae, Antilocapra (Subantilocapra), Webb. 1973. J. Mammalogy, 54(1): 214-
219, figs. 5-6. (Antilocapridae). (Middle Pliocene). Holotype: 17354.
kinseyi, Mylagaulus, Webb. 1966. J. Mammalogy, 47(3): 401-412, figs. 2a, 3a.
(Mylagaulidae). (Middle Pliocene). Holotype: 11552.
koakudsi, Felis rufus, Kurten. 1965. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 9(6): 234-237,
fig. 10. (Felidae). (Late Pleistocene). Holotype: 3246.
limosus, Carpocyon, Webb. 1969. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 14(4): 276-281,
fig. 1. (Canidae). (Middle Pliocene). Holotype: 12069.
minicephalus, Urocyon, Martin in Webb. 1974. Pleistocene Mammals of Florida,
p. 70, fig. 3-11. Univ. of Fla. Press. (Canidae). (Middle Pleistocene).
Holotype: 13146.
orc, Osteoborus, Webb. 1969. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 14(4): 287-296, figs.
3-4. (Canidae). (Middle Pliocene). Holotype: 13180.
protistus, Pliometanastes, Hirschfeld and Webb. 1968. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol.
Sci., 12(5): 246-282, figs. 10-19. (Megalonychidae). (Middle Pliocene).
Holotype: 9479.
FossIL BIRDS
barbadiana, Neochen, Brodkorb. 1964. J. Barbados Mus. and Hist. Soc., 31(1):
5-6, pl. 1. (Anatidae). (Pleistocene). Holotype: 7456.
creightoni, Caracara, Brodkorb. 1959. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 4(11): 353;
pl. 1, fig. 7. (Falconidae). (Pleistocene). Holotype: 3153.
dickinsoni, Glaucidium, Brodkorb. 1959. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 4(11):
358; pl. 2, fig. 1. (Strigidae). (Pleistocene). Holotype: 3202.
fidens, Nycticorax, Brodkorb. 1963a. Fla. Geol. Surv., Spec. Publ., 2(4): 3, pl. 1.
(Ardeidae). (Middle Pliocene). Holotype: 3285.
hyphalus, Bathoceleus, Brodkorb. 1959. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 4(11): 362;
pl. 2, fig. 7. (Picidae). (Pleistocene). Holotype: 3209.
micraulax, Puffinus, Brodkorb. 1963c. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 26(2): 159; pl. 1,
figs. a-b. (Procellariidae). (Pleistocene). Holotype: 4872.
nanus, Burhinus, Brodkorb. 1959. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 4(11): 354-355;
pl. 1, fig. 2. (Burhinidae). (Pleistocene). Holotype: 3154.
podagrica, Fulica, Brodkorb. 1964. J. Barbados Mus. and Hist. Soc., 31(1): 7-9,
pl. 1. (Rallidae). (Pleistocene). Holotype: 7458.
providentiae, Otus, Brodkorb. 1959. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 4(11): 360-
361; pl. 2, fig. 2. (Strigidae). (Pleistocene). Holotype: 3207.
rayi, Ereunetes, Brodkorb. 1963c. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 26(2): 5, pl. 2.
(Scolopacidae). (Middle Pliocene). Holotype: 3878.
subvolans, Phalacrocorax, Brodkorb. 1958. Condor, 58(5): 367-368, fig. 1. (Phala-
crocoracidae). (Middle Miocene). Holotype: 4500.
walleri, Titanis, Brodkorb. 1963b. Auk, 80(2): 113-115, figs. 1-2. (Phorusrhaci-
dae). (Early Pleistocene). Holotype: 4108.
wetmori, Corvus, Brodkorb. 1959. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 4(11): 363-365;
pl. 3, fig. 2. (Corvidae). (Pleistocene). Holotype: 3210.

RECENT MOLLUSCS
(CLASS GASTROPODA)
RICHARD FRANZ AND FRED G. THOMPSON
The mollusc collection includes over 40,000 lots of specimens, em-
phasizing the land and freshwater molluscs of coastal United States and
Tropical America. Housed in the collection are 48 holotypes and lecto-
types, most of which were recently described by Fred G. Thompson.
The collection has its origin with O. T. van Hyning. When van


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Hyning joined the staff, he brought with him a substantial collection
from Iowa, forming the basis of the present holdings. Additional ma-
terial was subsequently added by various individuals, including a large
portion of the Maxwell Smith collection. Later Robert M. DeWitt, now
with the Department of Zoology, University of Florida, added consider-
able freshwater material from the southeastern United States and the
Great Lakes Region. William J. Clench and Ruth D. Turner, through
National Park Service and National Science Foundation grants to J. C.
Dickinson, Jr. and the Florida State Museum, collected widely in the
Appalachicola basin of Georgia, Alabama, and Florida. Part of this
material is also housed here. Since 1966 major additions have been
made by Fred G. Thompson.

adelphion, Coelocentrum tomacella, Thompson. 1968b. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol.
Sci., 12(3): 169-171, figs. 24a-b. (Urocoptidae). Holotype: 19758.
agarhecta, Marstonia, Thompson. 1969b. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 32(4): 243-
247, figs. la-f. (Hydrobiidae). Holotype: 20528.
amplaxis, Dissotropis, Thompson. 1968b. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 12(3):
161-162, figs. 20a-b. (Poteriidae). Holotype: 19764.
anaclasta, Coelostemma, Thompson. 1971. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 15(5):
280-283, figs. 6a-b. (Urocoptidae). Holotype: 20907.
andrewsi, Mesodon, Binney. 1879. ( =Mesodon andrewsae). Ann. N. Y. Acad.
Sci., 1: 360; pl. 14, figs. e-f; pl. 15, fig. 1. (Polygyridae ). Lectotype: 591.
apheles, Pachychilus, Thompson. 1967c. Nautilus, 81(1): 26-28, fig. 1 (upper).
(Pleuroceridae). Holotype: 19757.
astraxis, Coelostemma, Thompson. 1971. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 15(5):
289-293, fig. 10a. (Urocoptidae). Holotype: 20903.
bembix, Coelostemma, Thompson. 1971. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 15(5):
278-280, fig. 5a. (Urocoptidae). Holotype: 20901.
bequaerti, Murex, Clench and Farfant6. 1945. Johnsonia, 17: 40-41; pl. 21, figs.
1-2. (Muricidae). Holotype: 11986.
capscelius, Neocyclotus, Thompson. 1969a. Zoologica, 54(2): 73, figs. 5e-h.
(Poteriidae). Holotype: 20148.
castaneum, Dissotropis, Thompson. 1968b. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 12(3):
155-166, fig. 15a. (Poteriidae). Holotype: 19758.
cataclines, Coelocentrum, Thompson. 1968b. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 12(3):
178-179, figs. 28a-b. (Urocoptidae). Holotype: 19031.
corpulentus, Pachychilus, Thompson. 1967c. Nautilus, 81(1): 28-30, fig. 1 (lower).
(Pleuroceridae). Holotype: 19754.
dacryon, Rhapinema, Thompson. 1969b. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 32(4): 249-251,
figs. 2a-b. (Hydrobiidae). Holotype: 20503.
eclipes, Coelostemma, Thompson. 1971. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 15(5): 276-
278, fig. 4a. (Urocoptidae). Holotype: 21211.
flavescens, Dicrista, Thompson. 1969a. Zoologica, 54(2): 49-51, figs. le, 2g-h.
(Poteriidae). Holotype: 20197.
fornax, Coelostemma forax, Thompson. 1971. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci.,
15(5): 293-296, fig. lla. (Urocoptidae). Holotype: 20895.
hadromylla, Anisospira, Thompson. 1968b. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 12(3):
150-152, fig. 13a. (Urocoptidae). Holotype: 19055.
haplocochlion, Miradiscops, Thompson. 1967b. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci.,
11(4): 241-243, figs. 3a-c. (Systrophiidae). Holotype: 19058.


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impressus, Neocyclotus. Thompson. 1969a. Zoologica, 54(2): 75-76, figs. 7a-c.
(Poteriidae). Holotype: 20151.
indentata, Dicrista, Thompson. 1969a. Zoologica, 54(2): 51-52, figs. If, 2d-f.
(Poteriidae). Holotype: 20191.
ix, Coelostemma fornax, Thompson. 1971. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 15(5):
296-298, fig. 12a. (Urocoptidae). Holotype: 20907.
juliae, Conus, Clench. 1942. Johnsonia, 6: 26-27; pl. 12, fig. 4. (Conidae).
Holotype: 13382.
leucostoma, Coelostemma, Thompson. 1971. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 15(5):
272-274, fig. 2a. (Urocoptidae). Holotype: 21145.
liobasis, Dicrista, Thompson. 1969a. Zoologica, 54(2): 48-49, fig. Id. (Poteri-
idae). Holotype: 20194.
lymani, Conus bermudensis, Clench. 1942. Johnsonia, 6: 35-36; pl. 13, fig. 3.
(Conidae). Holotype: 13362.
notogastor, Coelostemma, Thompson. 1971. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 15(5):
286-289, fig. 8a. (Urocoptidae). Holotype: 20909.
novohibernica, Papuina lambei, Smith. 1946. Nautilus, 59: 94; pl. 9, fig. A.
(Camaenidae). Holotype: 12451.
otoides, Eucolodium, Thompson. 1968b. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 12(3):
180-182, figs. 29a-b. (Urocoptidae). Holotype: 19050.
patulus, Xenocyclus, Thompson. 1969a. Zoologica, 54(2): 54-56, figs. la, 5a-d.
(Poteriidae). Holotype: 20185.
paulsonorum, Amphicyclotus, Thompson. 1969a. Zoologica, 54(2): 61-63, figs.
6d-f. (Poteriidae). Holotype: 20180.
phrixina, Ceochasma, Thompson. 1968a. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 81(7): 45-52,
figs. 1-3. (Helicinidae). Holotype: 20138.
richardi, Coelostemma, Thompson. 1971. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 15(5):
284-286, fig. 7a. (Urocoptidae). Holotype: 20905.
rugosa, Dicrista, Thompson. 1969a. Zoologica, 54(2): 52-53, figs. Ih, 4e-g.
(Poteriidae). Holotype: 20199.
sathon, Notogillia, Thompson. 1969b. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 32(4): 251-255,
figs. 4a-b. (Hydrobiidae). Holotype: 20507.
simplicostus, Neocyclotus, Thompson. 1969a. Zoologica, 54(2): 68-71, figs. Ij,
2j-l. (Poteriidae). Holotype: 20167.
spiralis, Amphicyclotus texturatus, Thompson. 1969a. Zoologica, 54(2): 59-61,
figs. 4a-c. (Poteriidae). Holotype: 20176.
stenocion, Coelocentrum, Thompson. 1968b. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 12(3):
167-169, figs. 23 a, c. (Urocoptidae). Holotype: 19060.
stringens, Anisospira dalli, Thompson. 1968b. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci.,
12(3): 147-148, fig. 10g. (Urocoptidae). Holotype: 19079.
sulfureus, Linidiella, Thompson. 1967a. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 80(3): 61-64,
figs. 1-3. (Proserpinidae). Holotype: 19025.
tanydeira, Coelocentrum, Thompson. 1968b. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 12(3):
164-167, figs. 21a, c. (Urocoptidae). Holotype: 19040.
tenax, Somatogyrus, Thompson. 1969b. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 32(4): 260-265,
figs. 8a-c. (Hydrobiidae). Holotype: 20530.
tescola, Humboldtiana, Thompson. 1967c. Nautilus, 81(1): 22-27, figs. 1-2. (Xan-
thonichidae). Holotype: 19752.
turgida, Spilochlamys, Thompson. 1969b. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 32(4): 255-
260, figs. 6a-b. (Hydrobiidae). Holotype: 20517.
tyla, Coelocentrum, Thompson. 1968b. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 12(3):
176-178, figs. 28a-b. (Urocoptidae). Holotype: 19044.
vanhyningi, Primovula, M. Smith. 1940. Nautilus, 54(2): 46; pl. ii, fig. 8.
(Eratoidae). Holotype: 11078.
vonpaulseni, Liguus fasciata, Young. 1960. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 5(6):
261-265, figs. 1-2. (Bulimulidae). Holotype: 18865.


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weeksiana, Papuina, M. Smith. 1946. Nautilus, 59: 94; pl. 9, fig. B. (Camaeni-
dae). Holotype: 12450.
RECENT FISHES
CARTER R. GILBERT
The following list, comprising 87 taxa, includes 14 holotypes, one
neotype, and a total of 1536 paratypes. All are bony fishes (class
Osteichthyes), no members of the other two living classes of fishlike
vertebrates (Agnatha and Chondrichthyes) as yet being represented by
type material. A substantial number (332) of the paratypes formerly
were in the collection of the Tropical Atlantic Biological Laboratory
(TABL) of the National Marine Fisheries Service (now the National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), Miami, Florida. Much of
this collection was transferred to the Florida State Museum during the
fall of 1972. The material formerly in the TABL collection is so indi-
cated in the following list.
Eight taxa not included in the following list are expected to be de-
scribed within the next year. Only paratypes are involved. These in-
clude a new species and subspecies of the carcharhinid shark genus
Mustelus, to be described by P. C. Heemstra; a new species of the
cyprinodontid genus Rivulus (R. R. Miller and C. L. Hubbs); a new
species of the gobiid genus Gobionellus (C. R. Gilbert and J. E. Ran-
dall); a new species of the centrarchid genus Micropterus (J. S. Ram-
sey); two new species of the sciaenid genus Sciaena (R. V. Miller and
L. N. Chao); and a new species of the percid genus Etheostoma (R. W.
Bouchard).
A more detailed, mimeographed version of this type catalogue is
also being prepared. This will be distributed to individuals on the
author's mailing list, and may be obtained by writing the author.
Abbreviations appearing in the list are as follows: LACM (Los
Angeles County Museum), MNHN (Museum National d'Histoire Natu-
relle) (Paris), TABL (Tropical Atlantic Biological Laboratory), and
UMMZ (University of Michigan, Museum of Zoology).

LIST OF TYPES
amblybregmatus, Citharichthys, Gutherz and Blackman. 1970. Copeia, 1970(2):
340-345, fig. 3. (Bothidae). Paratypes: 19292 (3) (formerly TABL 105458).
ansp, Verma, Bohlke. 1968b. Notulae Naturae, 415: 1-12, fig. 1. (Ophichthidae).
Paratype: 10304 (1).
antennatus, Barbulifer, Bohlke and Robins. 1968. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.,
120(3): 126-128, fig. 18. (Gobiidae). Paratypes: 9047 (1), 9216 (1), 10320
(1).
antillarum, Ancylopsetta, Gutherz. 1966. Bull. Mar. Sci., 16(3): 449-455, fig. 1.
(Bothidae). Paratypes: 19298 (2) (formerly TABL uncat.), 19299 (1)
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arawak, Symphurus, Robins and Randall. 1965. Bull. Mar. Sci., 15(2): 331-337,
fig. la. (Cynoglossidae). Paratype: 12269 (1).
atronasum, Gobiosoma, Bihlke and Robins. 1968. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.,
120(3): 88-90, fig. 6. (Gobiidae). Holotype: 15427. Paratypes: 13567 (12)
(13 originally; 1 sent to MNHN), 13363 (5), 13931 (3), 15433 (2).
bairdi, Notropis, Hubbs and Ortenburger. 1929. Univ. Oklahoma Bull., n. s. no.
434, 1(2): 29-32. (Cyprinidae). Paratypes: 14599 (8) (ex UMMZ 80387).
bathoiketes, Porichthys, Gilbert. 1968. Bull. Mar. Sci., 18(3): 710-715, figs. 12c,
13a. (Batrachoididae). Paratypes: 11636 (1), 12965 (12) (formerly TABL
uncat., in part), 14382 (1), 19231 (2) (formerly TABL uncat.), 19232 (1)
(formerly TABL uncat.), 19233 (3) (formerly TABL uncat.), 19234 (2)
(formerly TABL uncat.), 19235 (1) (formerly TABL uncat.), 19236 (1)
(formerly TABL uncat.).
belone, Myxodagnus, Bohlke. 1968a. Notulae Naturae, 414: 6-9, figs. 2-3. (Dac-
tyloscopidae). Paratypes: 13376 (4), 15655 (female allotype).
berlangai, Opisthonema, Berry and Barrett. 1963. Bull. Inter-American Tropical
Tuna Comm., 7(2): 119-120, 161-163, fig. lb. (Clupeidae). Paratypes:
19279 (10) (formerly TABL 105845).
berryi, Symphysanodon, Anderson. 1970. Fish. Bull. National Oceanic and Atmos.
Admin., 68(2): 338-342, fig. 4. (Lutjanidae). Paratypes: 16425 (12) (for-
merly TABL 101316, in part), 19289 (1) (formerly TABL 106432), 19290 (2)
(formerly TABL 101315), 19526 (6) (formerly TABL 101317).
billsam, Hymenocephalus, Marshall and Iwamoto. 1973. Mem. Sears Foun. Mar.
Res., 1(6): 610-612, fig. 34. (Macrouridae). Paratypes: 19523 (7) (formerly
TABL 106838).
boschungi, Etheostoma, Wall and Williams. 1974. Tulane Stud. in Zool. and Bot.,
18(4): 172-182. (Percidae). Paratypes: 16537 (2), 18424 (1).
brucei, Argentina, Cohen and Atsaides. 1969. Fish. Bull. National Oceanic and
Atmos. Admin., 68(1): 31-33, fig. 13. (Argentinidae). Paratypes: 5237 (6),
16534 (4) (catalogue number erroneously listed in original description as 8026).
caldwelli, Emblemaria, Stephens. 1970. Copeia, 1970(2): 302-305, fig. 13.
(Clinidae). Paratypes: 13409 (4), 13611 (1) (catalogue number erroneously
listed in original description as 13711), 13630 (2), 13714 (1), 13735 (2).
captivai, Opisthonema, Rivas. 1972. Copeia, 1972(1): 1-3, fig. 1 (top). (Clupe-
idae). Paratypes: 19280 (9) (formerly TABL 107121), 19627 (15) (formerly
TABL 107120).
caribbaea, Trichopsetta, Anderson and Gutherz. 1967. Bull. Mar. Sci., 17(4):
898-905, figs. 4-5. (Bothidae). Paratypes: 15635 (1) (formerly TABL un-
cat.), 19309 (4) (formerly TABL uncat.), 19310 (2) (formerly TABL uncat.),
19311 (1) (formerly TABL uncat.), 19312 (8) (formerly TABL uncat.),
19313 (6) (formerly TABL uncat.), 19311 (3) (formerly TABL uncat.).
carolae, Lepidotrigla, Richards. 1968. Atlantide Rept., 10: 106-109, fig. 13.
(Triglidae). Paratypes: 19319 (5) (formerly TABL 101070), 19320 (1)
(formerly TABL 101071), 19321 (8) (formerly TABL 101072), 19322 (4)
(formerly TABL 101073), 19323 (3) (formerly TABL 101074), 19324 (10)
(formerly TABL 101075), 19325 (5) (formerly TABL 101076), 19326 (10)
(formerly TABL 101077).
carri, Microdesmus, Gilbert. 1966. Copeia, 1966(2): 326-329, figs. la-b. (Micro-
desmidae). Holotype: 12012. Paratypes: 11199 (1), 11297 (20).
colecanos, Coleotropis, Caldwell. 1962. ( =Coleotropis blackburni). Los Angeles
County Mus., Contr. in Sci., 51: 3-8, fig. 1. (Atherinidae). Holotype: 5652.
combatia, Antigonia, Berry and Rathjen. 1958. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 21(3):
255-258, fig. 1. (Caproidae). Paratypes: 5243 (14) (formerly TABL uncat.,
in part), 19338 (1) (formerly TABL uncat.), 19339 (1) (formerly TABL
uncat.), 19340 (1) (formerly TABL uncat.), 19341 (1) (formerly TABL
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costaricensis, Ophioscion, Caldwell. 1958. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 21(2): 117-
124, fig. 1. (Sciaenidae). Holotype: 5831. Paratype: 5830 (1).
diopus, Uropterygius, Bohlke. 1967a. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 118(4): 91-95,
fig. 1. (Muraenidae). Paratypes: 10687 (2), 11312 (6), 11364 (5).
duodecim, Nezumia, Iwamoto. 1970. Stud. in Trop. Oceanography, 4(2): 393-396,
fig. 17b. (Macrouridae). Paratypes: 19331 (7) (formerly TABL 102026),
19332 (4) (formerly TABL 102027).
elongata, Starksia, Gilbert. 1971b. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 33(3): 195-200, fig.
la. (Clinidae). Holotype: 14134.
evelynae, Gobiosoma, Bohlke and Robins. 1968. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.,
120(3): 103-109, fig. 10. (Gobiidae). Paratypes: 11522 (1), 11557 (1),
11667 (1), 13398 (1), 13449 (1), 13797 (3), 15428 (4).
flavus, Vomerogobius, Gilbert. 1971a. Copeia, 1971(1): 35-37, fig. 5. (Gobiidae).
Paratypes: 13450 (4).
freeman, Pristipomoides, Anderson. 1966. Bull. Mar. Sci., 16(4): 816-819, fig. 2.
(Lutjanidae). Paratypes: 12525 (5) (formerly TABL uncat., in part), 19288
(2) (formerly TABL uncat.).
genie, Gobiosoma, Bihlke and Robins. 1968. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 120(3):
109-114, fig. 11. (Gobiidae). Paratypes: 12342 (2) (3 originally; 1 sent to
MNHN), 12370 (2), 13660 (1), 14520 (2), 14470 (2), 15429 (3).
georgei, Argentina, Cohen and Atsaides. 1969. Fish. Bull. National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Admin., 68(1): 27-29, fig. 11. (Argentinidae). Paratype: 1350
(1).
geronimo, Coelorhynchus coelorhynchus, Marshall and Iwamoto. 1973. Mem.
Sears Foun. Mar. Res., 1(6): 554-556, fig. 14. (Macrouridae). Paratypes:
19522 (6) (formerly TABL 107678).
gibbsi, Notropis, Howell and Williams. 1971. Copeia, 1971(1): 55-64, fig. 1 (top).
(Cyprinidae). Paratypes: 15933 (28).
gilbert, Opistognathus, Bihlke. 1967b. Notulae Naturae, 407: 1-12, fig. 1. (Opisto-
gnathidae). Holotype: 13985. Paratypes: 13432 (3), 13627 (1), 13692 (1),
13713 (4), 13733 (4), 13986 (female allotype).
goslinei, Calamopteryx, Bohlke and Cohen. 1966. Notulae Naturae, 396: 1-7, fig. 3.
(Brotulidae). Paratypes: 12340 (1), 12341 (2).
greenfieldi, Acanthemblemaria, Smith-Vaniz and Palacio. 1974. Proc. Acad. Nat.
Sci. Phila., 125(11): 210-212, figs. 2c-d. (Clinidae). Paratypes: 19265 (4),
19267 (3), 19269 (17), 19270 (9), 19271 (2).
greyae, Peristedion, Miller. 1967. Bull. Mar. Sci., 17(1): 27-40, figs. 5-6.
(Peristediidae). Paratypes: 19327 (2) (formerly TABL 106977), 19328 (5)
(formerly TABL uncat.).
gymnorhinus, Citharichthys, Gutherz and Blackman. 1970. Copeia, 1970(2): 345-
347, fig. 5. (Bothidae). Paratypes: 19293 (1) (formerly TABL 105455),
19294 (2) (formerly TABL 105456), 19295 (2) (formerly TABL 105457).
helenae, loglossus, Randall. 1968. Ichthyologica, 39(3-4): 107-116, figs. 1-2.
(Gobiidae). Paratypes: 13370 (3).
hubbsi, Cyprinodon, Carr. 1936. Copeia, 1936(3): 160-163, fig. 1. (Cyprino-
dontidae). Paratypes: 177 (7), 543 (14), 1785 (11).
hypsilepis, Notropis, Suttkus and Raney. 1955. Tulane Stud. in Zool., 2(7): 161-
170, figs. 1-2. (Cyprinidae). Paratypes: 14610 (3) (ex UMMZ 136086).
leptocaulus, Apogon, Gilbert. 1972. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 85(36): 419-425, fig.
1. (Apogonidae). Holotype: 17287.
leptocirris, Emblemariopsis, Stephens. 1970. Copeia, 1970(2): 289-291, fig. 6.
(Clinidae). Paratypes: 12454 (1), 12456 (1), 12460 (1), 12462 (2), 12768
(1).
louisae, Gobiosoma, Bihlke and Robins. 1968. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 120(3):
90-94, fig. 7. (Gobiidae). Paratypes: 13399 (1), 13431 (2), 13603 (1),
13624 (1), 13711 (1), 13730 (1), 13754 (1).


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lucayanus, Gobiesox, Briggs. 1963. Copeia, 1963(4): 604-606, fig. 1. (Gobie-
socidae). Holotype: 5898. Paratypes: 5899 (1), 9059 (3).
macrostigmus, Rypticus, Courtenay. 1967. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 119(6):
261-263, 292-293, figs. Ic, 9, 19. (Grammistidae). Paratypes: 13420 (1),
13441 (1), 13457 (1), 13473 (4).
maculatus, Tetrodon hispidus var., Bloch and Schneider. 1801. (=Sphoeroides
maculatus). System ichthyologiae iconibus ex illustratus, p. 504. (Tetra-
odontidae). Neotype: 12303.
marquesensis, Sardinella, Berry and Whitehead. 1968. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash.,
81(25): 209-221, fig. 1. (Clupeidae). Paratypes: 19281 (3) (formerly TABL
101828), 19282 (7) (formerly TABL 101829), 19283 (2) (formerly TABL
101827), 19284 (39) (formerly TABL 101830), 19285 (26) (formerly TABL
101831).
medirastre, Opisthonema, Berry and Barrett. 1963. Bull. Inter-American Tropical
Tuna Comm., 7(2): 118-119, 160,161, fig. la. (Clupeidae). Paratypes:
19278 (2) (formerly TABL uncat.).
mekistocholas, Notropis, Snelson. 1971. Copeia, 1971(3): 449-462, figs. la-b.
(Cyprinidae). Paratypes: 17303 (7).
melasma, Trichopsetta, Anderson and Gutherz. 1967. Bull. Mar. Sci., 17(4): 906-
908, figs. 6-7. (Bothidae). Paratypes: 19315 (1) (formerly TABL uncat.),
19316 (3) (formerly TABL uncat.).
microctenus, Ancylopsetta, Gutherz. 1966. Bull. Mar. Sci., 16(3): 455-461, fig. 2.
(Bothidae). Paratypes: 19302 (1) (formerly TABL uncat.), 19303 (2)
(formerly TABL uncat.).
micronychodon, Nezumia, Iwamoto. 1970. Stud. in Trop. Oceanography, 4(2):
385-393, fig. 17a. (Macrouridae). Paratypes: 19329 (1) (formerly TABL
102013), 19330 (1) (formerly TABL 102025), 19524 (3) (formerly TABL
102036).
milliae, Umbrina, Miller. 1971. Copeia, 1971(2): 300-306, fig. 1. (Sciaenidae).
Paratype: 19287 (1) (formerly TABL 107368).
nanus, Derilissus, Briggs. 1969. Copeia, 1969(2): 332-334, fig. 3. (Gobiesocidae).
Holotype: 15932. Paratypes: 13372 (4), 13373 (1).
nodosus, Calamus, Randall and Caldwell. 1966. Bull. Los Angeles Co. Mus. Nat.
Hist., 2: 36-42, fig. 20. (Sparidae). Paratypes: 12504 (1), 19333 (1)
(formerly TABL uncat.), 19334 (1) (formerly TABL uncat.).
nuchalis, Kaupichthys, Bohlke. 1967a. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 118(4): 95-99,
fig. 2. (Xenocongridae). Paratypes: 12495 (1), 12496 (4), 12497 (1),
12498 (1).
octoactinus, Symphysanodon, Anderson. 1970. Fish. Bull. National Oceanic and
Atmos. Admin., 68(2): 342-345, fig. 5. (Lutjanidae). Paratype: 19291 (1)
(formerly TABL 101314).
oculofrenum, Porichthys, Gilbert. 1968. Bull. Mar. Sci., 18(3): 719-724, figs. 14c,
15a-b. (Batrachoididae). Paratype: 11624 (1).
oregona, Draconetta, Briggs and Berry. 1959. Copeia, 1959(2): 129-132, fig. 7.
(Callionymidae). Paratypes: 5245 (3) (formerly TABL uncat., in part).
oxyrhynchus, Notropis, Hubbs and Bonham. 1951. Texas J. Sci., 3(1): 93-97; pl.
2, figs. 2-3. (Cyprinidae). Paratypes: 14613 (10) (ex UMMZ 129830).
parvus, Sphoeroides, Shipp and Yerger. 1969. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 82(38):
477-487, figs. la-b, 3b. (Tetraodontidae). Paratypes: 2731 (2), 4437 (8).
peninsularis, Notropis emiliae, Gilbert and Bailey. 1972. Occ. Pap. Mus. Zool.,
Univ. Michigan, 664: 23-26, figs. Ib, 2b. (Cyprinidae). Paratypes: 179 (1),
180 (19), 228 (2), 546 (10), 4472 (1), 6258 (33), 6259 (12), 6260 (27),
6261 (35), 6262 (9), 6264 (42), 6265 (42), 6266 (46), 6267 (52), 6268
(5), 6269 (35), 6270 (5), 6271 (13), 6273 (2), 6274 (8), 6275 (140),
6276 (81), 6277 (11), 6279 (2), 6281 (4), 6282 (2), 6284 (17), 6286 (67).
peratikos, Dactylagnus, Bohlke and Caldwell. 1961. Bull. Mar. Sci. Gulf and Carib-


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bean, 11(4): 537-542, fig. 1. (Dactyloscopidae). Holotype: 7176.
phenax, Apogon, Bohlke and Randall. 1968. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 120(4):
192-195, fig. 5. (Apogonidae). Paratypes: 12335 (1), 12336 (1), 12337 (1).
pillionatus, Apogon, Bohlke and Randall. 1968. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.,
120(4): 189-192, fig. 4. (Apogonidae). Paratypes: 13539 (1), 13583 (1),
13771 (1), 13830 (3), 14268 (2).
platyventris, Aprognathodon, Bohlke. 1967a. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 118(4):
100-104, fig. 3. (Ophichthidae). Paratypes: 12469 (3).
poco, Adioryx, Woods. 1965. Notulae Naturae, 377: 1-5, fig. 1. (Holocentridae).
Paratype: 12334 (1).
prochilos, Gobiosoma, Bbhlke and Robins. 1968. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.,
120(3): 97-100, fig. 9. (Gobiidae). Paratype: 15430 (1).
pseudofasciatus, Gobionellus, Gilbert and Randall, in Gilbert and Kelso. 1971. Bull.
Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 16(1): 44-45, fig. 6a. (Gobiidae). Holotype: 13516.
Paratypes: 13517 (1), 13518 (2), 13519 (1), 13520 (1).
pygmaeus, Glossanodon, Cohen. 1958. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 3(3): 156-
159, fig. 9. (Argentinidae). Paratypes: 8027 (2).
randalli, Acanthurus, Briggs and Caldwell. 1957. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci.,
2(4): 43-51, fig. 1. (Acanthuridae). Holotype: 5394. Paratypes: 5400 (2),
5416 (14).
randalli, Gobiosoma, Bohlke and Robins. 1968. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila.,
120(3): 94-97, fig. 8. (Gobiidae). Paratypes: 15431 (2).
ribeiroi, Bellator, Miller. 1965. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 28(3): 259-266, figs. la,
2a, 3a. (Triglidae). Paratypes: 19296 (4) (formerly TABL uncat.), 19297
(1) (formerly TABL uncat.).
robinsi, Apogon, B6hlke and Randall. 1968. Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci. Phila., 120(4):
186-189, fig. 3. (Apogonidae). Paratype: 12338 (1).
rocasensis, Eupomacentrus, Emery. 1972. Copeia, 1972(2): 330-335, figs. 1-2.
(Pomacentridae). Paratypes: 19286 (4) (formerly TABL 100816).
saepepallens, Gobionellus, Gilbert and Randall. 1968. Notulae Naturae, 411: 1-8,
fig. 1. (Gobiidae). Paratypes: 11304 (7), 12759 (1), 13521 (24) (25 orig-
inally; 1 sent to MNHN), 13522 (5), 13523 (2), 14008 (2).
scotti, Chromis, Emery. 1968. Copeia, 1968(1): 49-55, figs. 1, 4c-d. (Poma-
centridae). Paratype: 13968 (1).
serracanthus, Ictalurus, Yerger and Relyea. 1968. Copeia, 1968(2): 373-379,
fig. 4. (Ictaluridae). Paratypes: 6334 (4), 12507 (7).
springeri, Hypleurochilus, Randall. 1966. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 79(9): 65-71,
fig. Ic. (Blenniidae). Paratypes: 10884 (2), 11354 (1), 11408 (2), 12275
(2), 12276 (1), 12277 (1).
starcki, Starksia, Gilbert. 1971b. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 33(3): 200-203, figs.
lb-c. (Clinidae). Holotype: 10874. Paratypes: 16188 (1), 17279 (1).
tabl, Decapterus, Berry. 1968. Contr. in Mar. Sci., 13: 152-158, fig. 1. (Carangi-
dae). Paratypes: 19628 (12) (formerly TABL 103024), 19629 (1) (formerly
TABL 103026), 19630 (1) (formerly TABL 103004), 19631 (2) (formerly
TABL 103027), 19632 (1) (formerly TABL 101723), 19633 (2) (formerly
TABL 101476).
tortuguerae, Hyphessobrycon, Bohlke. 1958. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 3(4):
173-178, fig. 1. (Characidae). Holotype: 5741. Paratypes: 5836 (3).
tropidolepis, Dikellorhynchus, Berry. 1958. ( = Malacanthus plumieri). Copeia,
1958(2): 116-125, figs. 1-4. (Branchiostegidae). Paratype: 19626 (1) (for-
merly TABL uncat.).
uranidea, Gillellus, Bohlke. 1968a. Notulae Naturae, 414: 9-13, fig. 4. (Dactylo-
scopidae). Paratypes: 15654 (2).
vanhyningi, Labidesthes, Bean and Reid. 1930. (=Labidesthes sicculus van-
hyningi). Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 43(32): 193-194. (Atherinidae). Paratypes:
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xenus, Apogon, B6hlke and Randall. 1968. (= Phaeoptyx xenus). Proc. Acad.
Nat. Sci. Phila., 120(4): 197-202, fig. 6. (Apogonidae). Paratypes: 11809 (1),
11827 (1), 11851 (4) (5 originally; 1 sent to MNHN), 13966 (1).
y-lineata, Starksia, Gilbert. 1965. Notulae Naturae, 379: 1-6, fig. Ic. (Clinidae).
Paratypes: 10736 (11) (12 originally; 1 sent to MNHN), 12270 (1), 12271
(2), 12272 (6) (8 originally; 2 sent to LACM), 12273 (7), 12274 (5).

RECENT AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES
STEVEN P. CHRISTMAN
The collection of recent amphibians and reptiles contains approxi-
mately 50,000 specimens, including 406 types. There are 33 holotypes
and 373 paratypes, comprising 115 different taxa.
In the following list the amphibians and reptiles are treated sepa-
rately. Within these respective classes the taxa are treated in strict
alphabetical sequence, regardless of family. The following abbrevia-
tions are used: ERA-WTN (collections of E. Ross Allen and Wilfred
T. Neill), MCZ (Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University),
PM (Peabody Museum, Yale University), TCWC (Texas Cooperative
Wildlife Collection), and WTN and WTN-US (collections of Wilfred
T. Neill).
A more detailed, mimeographed herpetological type catalogue is also
being prepared.
RECENT AMPHIBIANS
alleni, Hyla, Coin. 1957. J. Wash. Acad. Sci., 47(2): 60-61, fig. 1. (Hylidae).
Holotype: 8501. Paratype: 8502 (1).
allogynus, Hyperolius leucotaenius, Laurent. 1952. Rev. Zool. Bot. Afr., 46(1-2):
34. (Hyperoliidae). Paratypes: 29218-29219 (2).
aquatic, Eurycea, Rose and Bush. 1963. Tulane Stud. in Zool., 10(2): 121-128,
fig. 1. (Plethodontidae). Paratypes: 14907-14908 (2) (14909 [1 specimen]
sent as gift to MCZ).
axanthus, Pseudobranchus striatus, Netting and Goin. 1942. Ann. Carnegie Mus.,
29: 183-195, figs. 1-2. (Sirenidae). Paratypes: 1142.1-2 (2).
bishop, Ambystoma cingulatum, Coin. 1950. Ann. Carnegie Mus., 14: 300-307;
pl. 1, fig. 3. (Ambystomatidae). Paratypes: 17521-17529 (9), 17531-17537
(7), 17539-17541 (3) (17530, 17538, and 17542 sent as gift to MCZ) (formerly
ERA-WTN 14044).
boesemani, Hyla, Goin. 1966. Zoologische Mededelingen, 41(15): 229-232, fig. 1.
(Hylidae). Paratype: 22367 (1).
bogerti, Hyperolius lateralis, Laurent. 1952. Rev. Zool. Bot. Afr., 46(3-4): 277-
278. (Hyperoliidae). Paratypes: 28271-28272 (2).
carri, Desmognathus fuscus, Neill. 1951. (= Desmognathus auriculatus). Publ.
Res. Div. Ross Allen's Rep. Inst., 1(3): 25-28, fig. 1. (Plethodontidae). Para-
types: 2962.1-2 and 2963 (3), 3036.1 (1), 17446-17463 (18) (formerly ERA-
WTN 14197-14214).
chrysogaster, Hyperolius, Laurent. 1950. Rev. Zool. Bot. Afr., 44(1): 13-14.
(Hyperoliidae). Paratypes: 28277-28278 (2).
constellatus, Hyperolius castaneus, Laurent. 1951. Rev. Zool. Bot. Afr., 44(4):
369-371. (Hyperoliidae). Paratypes: 28273-28274 (2).
coqui, Eleutherodactylus, Thomas. 1965. Quart. J. Fla. Acad. Sci., 28(4): 376-386,
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cupreonitens, Chrysobatrachus, Laurent. 1951. Rev. Zool. Bot. Afr., 44(4): 378-
381. (Hyperoliidae). Paratypes: 27884-27885 (2).
cyaneops, Hyperolius lateralis, Laurent. 1950. Rev. Zool. Bot. Afr., 44(1): 8.
(Hyperoliidae). Paratypes: 28285-28286 (2).
desaegeri, Rana, Laurent. 1972. Explor. Parc National des Virungas, 22(2): 91;
pl. 1, fig. 3; pl. 2; pl. 4, fig. 2. (Ranidae). Paratypes: 29292-29293 (2).
dorisae, Sphoenohyla, Coin. 1958. ( = Sphaenorhynchus dorisae). Caldasia, 8(36):
16, fig. 1. (Hylidae). Holotype: 8506. Paratypes: 8507 (5).
euphronides, Eleutherodactylus urichi, Schwartz. 1967c. Natuurw. Studkring
Suriname, 46: 6, fig. 1. (Leptodactylidae). Paratypes: 21494-21498 (5).
flavigula, Hyla, Glass. 1946. ( =Hyla squirella). Herpetologica, 3(3): 101-103.
(Hylidae). Holotype: 17387 (formerly TCWC 1190). Paratypes: 17388-
17390 (3) (formerly TCWC 1191, 1193-1194).
floridanus, Pseudotriton montanus, Netting and Goin. 1942. Ann. Carnegie Mus.,
29: 175-183, fig. 5. (Plethodontidae). Paratypes: 598 (allotype), 599 (1),
641 (1), 692 (1).
frontalis, Hyperolius, Laurent. 1950. Rev. Zool. Bot. Afr., 44(1): 11-13. (Hypero-
liidae). Paratypes: 28275-28276 (2).
furcyensis, Eleutherodactylus, Shreve and Williams. 1963. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool.,
129(5): 329-331, pls. 2-3. (Leptodactylidae). Paratypes: 12517 (3) (formerly
MCZ 34319, 34360-34361).
grobmani, Plethodon glutinosus, Allen and Neill. 1949. (=Plethodon glutinosus
glutinosus). Herpetologica, 5(6): 112-114. (Plethodontidae). Holotype:
16267 (formerly ERA-WTN 19220).
guibei, Hyperolius lateralis, Laurent. 1951. Rev. Zool. Bot. Afr., 44(4): 373-374.
(Hyperoliidae). Paratypes: 28279-28280 (2).
habra, Sphoenohyla, Goin. 1958. (= Sphaenorhynchus habrus). Caldasia, 8(36):
18, fig. 2. (Hylidae). Holotype: 8508. Paratypes: 8504 (4).
hemivota, Eleutherodactylus bakeri, Shreve and Williams. 1963. Bull. Mus. Comp.
Zool., 129(5): 325-326, pl. 1. (Leptodactylidae). Paratypes: 12519 (4).
huldae, Plethodon, Grobman. 1949. (= Plethodon cinereus cinereus). Proc. Biol.
Soc. Wash., 62(25): 135-142. (Plethodontidae). Paratypes: 2208-2209 (2).
hybridus, Hyperolius viridiflavus, Laurent. 1951. Rev. Zool. Bot. Afr., 44(4):
375-376. (Hyperoliidae). Paratypes: 28269-28270 (2).
intermedius, Hyperolius karissimbiensis, Laurent. 1950. (=Hyperolius verdiflavus
intermedius). Rev. Zool. Bot. Afr., 44(1): 11. (Hyperoliidae). Paratypes:
28267-28268 (2).
laynei, Hyla, Goin. 1957. J. Wash. Acad. Sci., 47(2): 60-63, fig. 1. (Hylidae).
Holotype: 8503. Paratypes: 8504 (1, not located), 8505 (1).
lustricolus, Pseudobranchus striatus, Neill. 1951. Publ. Res. Div. Ross Alien's Rep.
Inst., 1(4): 39-46, fig. 1. (Sirenidae). Holotype: 16266 (formerly ERA-WTN
14215).
oliveae, Hyla, Goin. 1970. Bull. U. S. Nat. Mus., 228: 304-306, fig. 34. (Hy-
lidae). Holotype: 8555.
pholeter, Amphiuma, Neill. 1964. Herpetologica, 20(1): 62-66, fig. lb. (Am-
phiumidae). Holotype: 17655 (formerly WTN-US 2675). Paratypes: 573
(1), 7755.1 (1) (1 specimen sent as gift to MCZ).
pictus, Callixalus, Laurent. 1950. Rev. Zool. Bot. Afr., 44(1): 6-7. (Hyperoli-
idae). Paratypes: 27886-27887 (2).
pinchoni, Eleutherodactylus, Schwartz. 1967. Natuurw. Studkring Suriname, 46:
45, fig. 5. (Leptodactylidae). (Paratypes: 21502-21503 (2).
poelzi, Oedipina, Brame. 1963. Los Angeles Co. Mus., Contr. in Sci., 65: 1-12, figs.
Ib, 3. (Plethodontidae). Paratypes: 10456-10458 (3).
polycentratus, Plethodon cinereus, Highton and Grobman. 1956. Herpetologica,
12(4): 185-187. (Plethodontidae). Holotype: 8376. Paratypes: 8377-8391
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popei, Plethodon richmondi, Highton and Grobman. 1956. (= Plethodon rich-
mondi richmondi). Herpetologica, 12(4): 187-188. (Plethodontidae). Holo-
type: 8226. Paratypes: 8005 (1), 8321-8322 (2), 8328 (1), 8334 (1).
pulcherimus, Hyperolius lateralis, Laurent. 1952. Rev. Zool. Bot. Afr., 46(3-4):
278-279. (Hyperoliidae). Paratypes: 28283-28284 (2).
ruandae, Kassina argyreivittis, Laurent. 1956. Folia Scientifica Africae Centralis,
2(2): 18. (Hyperoliidae). Paratypes: 28287-28288 (2).
ruwenzorica, Rana, Laurent. 1972. Explor. Parc National des Virungas, 22(2):
93; pl. 1, fig. 4; pl. 3; pl. 4, fig. 3; pl. 5, fig. 2. (Ranidae). Paratypes: 28290-
28291 (2).
shenandoah, Plethodon richmondi, Highton and Worthington. 1967. ( = Plethodon
netting shenandoah). Copeia, 1967(3): 617-626. (Plethodontidae). Para-
types: 21491-21492 (2).
shrevei, Eleutherodactylus urichi, Schwartz. 1967. Natuurw. Studkring Suriname,
46: 45, fig. 2. (Leptodactylidae). Paratypes: 21500-21501 (2).
spheniscus, Pseudobranchus striatus, Coin and Crenshaw. 1949. Ann. Carnegie
Mus., 31: 277-280. (Sirenidae). Paratypes: 52 (1, not located), 1855 (1).
submarginatus, Hyperolius castaneus, Laurent. 1952. Rev. Zool. Bot. Afr., 46(1-2):
31-34. (Hyperoliidae). Paratypes: 28281-28282 (2).
uluguruensis, Scolecomorphus, Barbour and Loveridge. 1928. (=Scolecomorphus
kirki uluguruensis). Mem. Mus. Comp. Zool., 50: 180. (Caecilidae). Para-
type: 11973 (1) (formerly MCZ 12212).
RECENT REPTILES
actites, Leiocephalus personatus, Schwartz. 1967. Tulane Stud., in Zool., 14(1):
14-16, fig. 5d. (Iguanidae). Paratypes: 21338-21342 (5).
aequorea, Ameiva taeniura, Schwartz. 1967. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 135(6):
353-354. (Teiidae). Paratypes: 21321-21323 (3).
agraulus, Leiocephalus personatus, Schwartz. 1967. Tulane Stud. in Zool., 14(1):
21-23. (Iguanidae). Paratypes: 21328-21334 (7).
alpinus, Thamnophis proximus, Rossman. 1963. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci.,
7(3): 140-141. (Colubridae). Holotype: 12216.
alter, Anolis, Williams. 1962. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 127(9): 463-465. (Iguani-
dae). Holotype: 12457. Paratypes: 12458 (4), 12459-12460 (2).
arenicolor, Stilosoma extenuatum, Highton. 1956. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci.,
1(2): 86-88. (Colubridae). Holotype: 1574.
ateles, Sphaerodactylus macrolepis, Thomas and Schwartz. 1966. Bull. Fla. St.
Mus., Biol. Sci., 10(6): 210-213, fig. 3a. (Gekkonidae). Paratypes: 21256-
21258 (3).
atessares, Sphaerodactylus decoratus, Thomas and Schwartz. 1966. Brigham Young
Univ. Sci. Bull., 7(4); 8-9, fig. 5. (Gekkonidae). Paratypes: 21504-21509
(6).
barbouri, Graptemys, Carr and Marchand. 1942. Proc. New England Zool. Club,
20: 95-100, figs. 14-15. (Emydidae). Paratypes: Five unnumbered para-
types, said to be deposited in the Florida State Museum, have not been lo-
cated.
cabritensis, Anolis oculatus, Lazell. 1962. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 469-470, pl. 1.
(Iguanidae). Paratypes: 19027-19028 (2) (formerly MCZ 60236-60237).
carrinegra, Chelonia mydas, Caldwell. 1962. Los Angeles Co. Mus., Contr. in Sci.,
61: 4-22, figs. 1-5. (Chelonidae). Paratype: 16789 (1).
caryae, Anolis marmoratus, Lazell. 1964. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 131(11): 394-
395. (Iguanidae). Paratype: 19036 (1) (formerly MCZ 70686).
chrysea, Deirochelys reticularia, Schwartz. 1956. Fieldiana (Zool.), 34(41): 476-
486, figs. 105-106. (Emydidae). Paratypes: 7219-7220 (2).
chrysops, Anolis marmoratus, Lazell. 1964. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 131(11): 389-
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dapsilis, Anolis distichus, Schwartz. 1968. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 137(2): 270-
271. (Iguanidae). Paratypes: 21526-21533 (8).
delticola, Graptemys nigrinoda, Folkerts and Mount. 1969. Copeia, 1969(4): 677-
682, figs. 2, 4. (Emydidae). Holotype: 26238.
diabolicus, Thamnophis proximus, Rossman. 1963. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci.,
7(3): 135-138. (Colubridae). Holotype: 12210.
flavillarus, Anolis distichus, Schwartz. 1968. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 137(2): 289-
291, pl. 2. (Iguanidae). Paratypes: 21516-21517 (2).
floridana, Natrix cyclopion, Goff. 1936. Occ. Pap. Mus. Zool. Univ. Mich., 327:
1-9. (Colubridae). Paratypes: 2371 (1), 17386 (1).
geotomus, Typhlops monastus, Thomas. 1966. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 79(35):
260-265. (Typhlopidae). Paratypes: 11376 (1), 11395 (1), 21512-21513 (2).
girafus, Anolis marmoratus, Lazell. 1964. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 131(11): 377-
380, figs. 8.1-8.3. (Iguanidae). Paratypes: 19039-19040 (2) (formerly MCZ
71276-71277).
goini, Lampropeltis getulus, Neill and Allen. 1949. Herpetologica, 5(5, special):
101-106, figs. 1-8. (Colubridae). Holotype: 16263 (formerly WTN 19211).
gonavensis, Amphisbaena innocens, Gans and Alexander. 1962. Bull. Mus. Comp.
Zool., 128(3): 111-113, figs. 20-21. (Amphisbaenidae). Paratypes: 17515-
17516 (2) (formerly PM 3389 and 3387).
gonavensis, Typhlops, Richmond. 1964. Breviora, 202: 1-12. (Typhlopidae).
Paratypes: 11376 (1), 11395 (1), 21512-21513 (2).
guarionex, Sphaerodactylus macrolepis, Thomas and Schwartz. 1966. Bull. Fla.
St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 10(6): 217-220, fig. 3b. (Gekkonidae). Paratypes: 21262-
21264 (4).
helvigularis, Coluber constrictor, Auffenberg. 1955. Tulane Stud. in Zool., 2(6):
105-108. (Colubridae). Paratypes: 1496-1497 (2).
hypsistus, Leiocephalus melanochlorus, Schwartz. 1965. J. Ohio Herp. Soc., 5(2):
44-45. (Iguanidae). Paratypes: 21308-21317 (10).
inigoi, Sphaerodactylus macrolepis, Thomas and Schwartz. 1966. Bull. Fla. St.
Mus., Biol. Sci., 10(6): 220-224, fig. 3c. (Gekkonidae). Paratypes: 21265-
21270 (6).
insularis, Eumeces egregius, Mount. 1965. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 9(5):
209-210. (Scincidae). Holotype: 12598.4.
juanilloensis, Sphaerodactylus notatus, Shreve. 1968. Breviora, 280: 8, fig. Ic.
(Gekkonidae). Paratypes: 21970-21975 (6).
kahouenensis, Anolis marmoratus, Lazell. 1964. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 131(11):
382-384. (Iguanidae). Paratypes: 19045 (1) (formerly MCZ 70803).
lewisi, Leiocephalus lunatus, Schwartz. 1969. J. Herp., 3(1-2): 79-85. (Iguan-
idae). Paratypes: 21536-21539 (4).
lineapiatus, Liodytes alleni, Auffenberg. 1950. (= Regina alleni). Herpetologica,
6(1): 13-16, figs. 1-3. (Colubridae). Paratypes: 18127 (1).
lividus, Eumeces egregius, Mount. 1965. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 9(5): 209-
210. (Scincidae). Holotype: 12642.1.
mabila, Natrix septemvittata, Neill. 1963. (=Regina septemvittata). Herpeto-
logica, 19(1): 1-9, fig. 1. (Colubridae). Holotype: 16265 (formerly WTN-
US 2554).
mimetes, Sphaerodactylus macrolepis, Thomas and Schwartz. 1966. Bull. Fla. St.
Mus., Biol. Sci., 10(6): 208-210, fig. 2c. (Gekkonidae). Paratypes: 21252-
21255 (4).
monastus, Typhlops monastus, Thomas. 1966. Proc. Biol. Soc. Wash., 79(35): 257-
260, fig. 1. (Typhlopidae). Paratypes: 21510-21511 (2).
montanus, Anolis oculatus, Lazell. 1962. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 127(9): 470-471.
(Iguanidae). Paratypes: 19025-19026 (2) (formerly MCZ 65944, 65955).
multistictum, Stilosoma extenuatum, Highton. 1956. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci.,
1(2): 88-89. (Colubridae). Holotype: 8088. Paratypes: 396 (1), 1571 (1).


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neilli, Tantilla relicta, Telford. 1966. Bull, Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 10(7):
279-280, fig. 7d. (Colubridae). Holotype: 12406. Paratypes: 1047 (1), 9586
(1), 3586 (1), 7973.1-2 (2), 12404 (1).
nelsoni, Pseudemys, Carr. 1938. ( =Chrysemys nelsoni). Occ. Pap. Boston Soc.
Nat. Hist., 8: 305-310, fig. 1. (Emydidae). Paratype: 1748 (1).
nitae, Thamnophis sauritus, Rossman. 1963. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 7(3):
163-165. (Colubridae). Holotype: 12150.2.
oolitica, Tantilla, Telford. 1966. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 10(7): 281-285,
fig. 7b. (Colubridae). Holotype: 17326. Paratype: 17325 (1).
oxygaster, Leiocephalus barahonensis, Schwartz. 1967. Tulane Stud. in Zool.,
14(1): 36-39, figs. 10a, lib. (Iguanidae). Paratypes: 21335-21337 (3).
paludicola, Coluber constrictor, Auffenberg and Babbitt. 1953. Copeia, 1953(1):
44-45. (Colubridae). Paratype: 606 (1, not located).
pamlica, Tantilla relicta, Telford. 1966. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 10(7): 280-
281, fig. 7e. (Colubridae). Holotype: 12430.2. Paratypes: 12430.1 (1),
12423 (1).
parcus, Sphaerodactylus macrolepis, King. 1962. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci.,
7(1): 16-18, figs. 5-6. (Gekkonidae). Holotype: 10034.1. Paratypes: 10034.2-
11 (10), 10035 (1), 10036 (6), 10037 (2).
paucimaculata, Natrix harteri, Tinkle and Conant. 1961. Southwestern Naturalist,
6(1): 35-44, figs. 1-2. (Colubridae). Paratypes: 14906.1-14906.2 (2).
peninsularis, Pseudemys floridana, Carr. 1938. (= Chrysemys floridana penin-
sularis). Copeia, 1938(3): 105-108. (Emydidae). Paratypes: 951 (1), 1685
(1).
phoberus, Sphaerodactylus macrolepis, Thomas and Schwartz. 1966. Bull. Fla.
St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 10(6): 204-207, fig. 2b. (Gekkonidae). Paratypes: 21242-
21251 (10).
platyceps, Xenosaurus, King and Thompson. 1968. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci.,
12(2): 113-115, fig. 4. (Xenosauridae). Paratype: 25005 (1).
ravitergum, Anolis distichus, Schwartz. 1968. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 137(2):
287-289, pl. 2. (Iguanidae). Paratypes: 21514-21515 (2).
regnatrix, Ameiva taeniura, Schwartz. 1967. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 135(6):
351-353. (Teiidae). Paratypes: 21318-21320 (3).
relicta, Tantilla relicta, Telford. 1966. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 10(7): 278-
279, fig. 7c. (Colubridae). Holotype: 12421. Paratypes: 12418-12420 (3),
12424 (1), 12429.1-2 (2).
rossalleni, Elaphe obsoleta, Neill. 1949. Herpetologica, 5 (2nd supply : 1-12.
(Colubridae). Holotype: 16264 (formerly WTN 18881).
rubrilineatus, Thamnophis proximus, Rossman. 1963. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci.,
7(3): 134-135. (Colubridae). Holotype: 12188.3.
sabulicolor, Ameiva auber, Schwartz. 1970. Ann. Carnegie Mus., 41(4): 94-97.
(Teiidae). Paratype: 21879 (1).
seamani, Sphaerodactylus beattyi, Thomas and Schwartz. 1966. Bull. Fla. St.
Mus., Biol. Sci., 10(6): 252-253, fig. 10b. (Gekkonidae). Paratypes: 21277-
21282 (6).
seminola, Farancia erythrogramma, Neill. 1964. Amer. Midl. Nat., 71(2): 270-272,
figs. 3-4. (Colubridae). Holotype: 19416 (formerly WTN-US 2586).
septentrionalis, Thamnophis sauritus, Rossman. 1963. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol.
Sci., 7(3): 159-161. (Colubridae). Holotype: 12179.2.
setosus, Anolis marmoratus, Lazell. 1964. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 131(11): 380-
382. (Iguanidae). Paratypes: 19030-19031 (2) (formerly MCZ 10414-10415).
similis, Eumeces egregious, McConkey. 1957. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci., 2(2):
17-18. (Scincidae). Holotype: 7647.
similis, Thamnophis sirtalis, Rossman. 1965. Proc. La. Acad. Sci., 27: 67-73.
(Colubridae). Holotype: 15962. Paratypes: 12507-12511 (5), 16799 (1),
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spanius, Sphaerodactylus macrolepis, Thomas and Schwartz. 1966. Bull. Fla. St.
Mus., Biol. Sci., 10(6): 214-217. (Gekkonidae). Paratypes: 21259-21260 (2).
stibarus, Sphaerodactylus macrolepis, Thomas and Schwartz. 1966. Bull. Fla. St.
Mus., Biol. Sci., 10(6): 201-204. (Gekkonidae). Paratypes: 21271-21276 (6).
suppar, Anolis distichus, Schwartz. 1968. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 137(2): 295-
297, pl. 2. (Iguanidae). Paratypes: 21525-21526 (2).
suwanniensis, Pseudemys floridana, Carr. 1937. ( = Chrysemys filoridana suwan-
niensis). Occ. Pap. Mus. Zool. Univ. Mich., 348: 1-7, pls. 1-2. (Emydidae).
Paratype: 667 (1).
trachodes, Leiocephalus personatus, Schwartz. 1967. Tulane Stud. in Zool.,
14(1): 11-14, fig. 3c. (Iguanidae). Paratypes: 21325-21327 (3).
vinosus, Anolis distichus, Schwartz. 1968. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 137(2): 293-
295, pl. 2. (Iguanidae). Paratypes: 21518-21523 (6).
vulcanalis, Ameiva taeniura, Schwartz. 1967. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 135(6):
358-361. (Teiidae). Paratype: 21324 (1).
winstoni, Anolis oculatus, Lazell. 1962. Bull. Mus. Comp. Zool., 127(9): 472-473,
pl. 2. (Iguanidae). Paratypes: 19033-19034 (2) (formerly MCZ 60481-
60482).
RECENT MAMMALS
STEPHEN R. HUMPHREY
allophrys, Peromyscus polionotus, Bowen. 1968. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci.,
12(1): 18-19, figs. 5(p,s), 7(p,s), 10(v), 12(v), 20(b,d), 21(e,f), 23(ALL
588, ALL 1893, ALL 1924), 25-28. (Cricetidae). Holotype: 8522. Para-
types: 8523 (1), 8524 (1), 8525 (1).
ammobates, Peromyscus polionotus, Bowen. 1968. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci.,
12(1): 16-17, figs. 5(p,s), 10(u-4), 11(u-4), 20(b,c), 25-27. (Cricetidae).
Holotype: 8520.
sumneri, Peromyscus polionotus, Bowen. 1968. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci.,
12(1): 20, figs. 26-28. (Cricetidae). Holotype: 8526.
trissyllepsis, Peromyscus polionotus, Bowen. 1968. Bull. Fla. St. Mus., Biol. Sci.,
12(1): 17-18, figs. 5(s,s+t), 7, 10(w), 21(h,i), 24(s,s+t), 26-27. (Criceti-
dae). Holotype: 8521.


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