For determinacy of translation implies the possibility of synonymy: if translation is determinate, the possibility of synonymy is implied as a special case of ‘translation’ within a language.
Due to similarities in size as well as in morphology between the type materials of both species, synonymy of Atlantoxerus idubedensis Cuenca Bescos, 1988, with the species A. blacki is proposed.
The study, based upon field work and study of herbarium specimens, includes a key to species, partial synonymy , descriptions, specimen citations, and a distribution map of the species.
Where relevant, synonymy is cited from state and regional floras within, adjoining or overlapping the southeastern states.
The synonymy of 'try' and 'attempt' suggests you feel the thread hasn't been successful.
Even so, the synonymy of 'elf' and 'fairy' should be regarded as a working assumption which requires fuller examination.
However, the synonymy of these terms has not been verified.
This proposed synonymy meant that the species has a long range that extends through the middle Middle Cambrian to the top of the Chamberlain's Brook Formation in New Brunswick and southeastern Newfoundland.
However, there remains potential for confusion through synonymy of the dermoskeleton and exoskeleton.
We place Barssidinium wrennii in synonymy with B. pliocenicum based on the new observations of our Belgian specimens, the reexamination of the type material of B. pliocenicum, and new information on the holotype of B. wrennii.