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Australian Journal of 

Taxonomy

Open-access, online, rapid taxonomy

Australian Journal of Taxonomy taxon revisions editor

 

Use this page to revise your taxon and deal with any comments from the reviewers.

Once complete, check the Revisions and responses are complete checkbox and save.

Taxa checked as complete will be marked with a tick in the Taxonomy section of your paper in the paper revisions editor. 

 

You may save as often as necessary, and share the url for this page with co-authors.

Note that there is no auto-save: you should save frequently while editing online.

For convenience, the following autocorrections will be made after you leave a field: -- en-dash; --- em-dash; +/- ±; ^o °; /x/ → times symbol; /m/ → ♂; /f/ →♀.

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Your new taxon's name


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Include authority e.g. Tirillus alpinus J.M.Hamston, sp. nov.

 

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Figure citation(s)


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e.g. Fig. 1, 3-10

 

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Taxon unique identifier: ZooBank registration number (for zoology) or identifier (mycology)

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Mandatory for zoology and mycology. For zoology, include the ZooBank LSID, for example: urn:lsid:zoobank.org:act:0AC796D9-3D2B-461D-A8EE-147B2E2C996E. For mycology include the identifier issued by a registered repository prefixed by the abbreviation for the repository, for example: IF 123456, FN 123456 or MB 123456.

 

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Type statement


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Format a type statement as preferred for your community of practice. For fungi, a unique identifier must be included for each new typification.

 

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Synonymy


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Add synonyms if required, formatted as preferred for your community of practice

 

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A diagnosis for your taxon


 

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A description of your taxon


 

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Specimens examined


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Please use a consistent format of your choice, appropriate for your community of practice

 

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I suggest to move this paragraph to after 'material examined'

 

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I suggest to move this paragraph to after 'material examined'

 

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Notes etc. (use the headings below, editing, adding or deleting as necessary)


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First paragraph: replace 'Notes' with 'Reason for systematic change' or something similar
Start second paragraph with 'Note'. There is another undescribed... delete 'another'

 

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First paragraph: replace 'Notes' with 'Reason for systematic change' or something similar
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Images v

Taxon image uploads and captions

Your paper may have up to five taxon images (i.e. figures, plates or illustrations that relate to this taxon; see the images panel in the paper editor for images that relate to the paper as a whole).

 

If you need more, consider using collages.

Upload and caption your images using the buttons and text boxes below.

Important: read this before attaching images

To lay out properly, all images must be at least 950 pixels wide. If you want an image to be narrower than this, you must pad it to 950 pixels wide using whitespace. Images that are less than 950 pixels wide will be stretched to that width, reducing their quality.

An image with an aspect ratio of 1:1.46 (that is, 1.46 times higher than wide) will fill the printable area of the page, not accounting for the caption. If the caption is long, you will need to reduce the height proportionately. All images should be closely cropped on all sides, with minimum or no whitespace.

Images for upload may be in jpg/jpeg, png, gif, jpe, jfif, bmp, heic, heif, or webp format. High-quality compressed image formats such as jpg are preferred.

 

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Caption (start the caption with "Figure x.")


 

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May be cropping this image too reduce out-of -focus areas

 

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General comments from reviewer(s)

 

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