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“…This situation conducted Lourenço and Eickstedt [ 47 ] to designate a neotype (a replacement type), based on material equally collected in Belo Horizonte (as recommended by the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature). This neotype was deposited in the collections of the Instituto Butantan in São Paulo, but was probably destroyed during the recent fire incident that took place in the collection’s building of this institution [ 48 , 49 ].
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Section: Tityus Serrulatus Lutz and Mello 1922mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This situation conducted Lourenço and Eickstedt [ 47 ] to designate a neotype (a replacement type), based on material equally collected in Belo Horizonte (as recommended by the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature). This neotype was deposited in the collections of the Instituto Butantan in São Paulo, but was probably destroyed during the recent fire incident that took place in the collection’s building of this institution [ 48 , 49 ].
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Section: Tityus Serrulatus Lutz and Mello 1922mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Nevertheless, the importance of the existing biological collections (storing billions of specimens - Graham et al 2004) rises in modern times, when we witness both the extinctions and discoveries of numerous species and various environmental stresses at the global level (Winker 2004, Garg et al 2017. A recent illustration of how important collections can be is the loss of one (Warrell et al 2010). Also, despite the fast development of new technologies and sometimes strong opposition to collecting of specimens from the wild, the idea that voucher specimens could be replaced with photos, recordings and tissue samples was decisively refuted (Dubois 2017, Garraffoni & Freitas 2017, Minteer et al 2014, Rocha et al 2014, Rogers et al 2017.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In a systematic review on the genus, Fernandes et al (2004) regarded both names as being synonyms of L. muta, something which, as a consequence, excludes the species from the IUCN redlist (IUCN, 2012). However, the population identified in the Atlantic Forest is still regarded as endangered due to nearly complete habitat destruction (over 90%) in order to create agricultural areas (WARREL et al, 2010). This paper reports a new record of Lachesis muta in the Atlantic Forest, in the town of Cruz do Espírito Santo, Paraíba, Brazil (07º10'48.8"S, 35º05'39.0"W; Figure 1).…”
Section: R Rodrigues Et Almentioning
confidence: 95%