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Djokoiskandarus annulata  (de Jong, 1926)
Taxonomic Serial No.: 1008537

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 Taxonomy and Nomenclature
  Kingdom: Animalia  
  Taxonomic Rank: Species  
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  Valid Name: Djokoiskandarus annulatus (de Jong, 1926)
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  Current Standing: invalid - other, see comments   
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  Record Credibility Rating: verified - standards met  

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  Source: Reptile Database, website (version 09Jan2014)  
  Acquired: 2014   
  Notes: Uetz, P. & Jirí Hosek (eds.), The Reptile Database, (   
  Reference for: Djokoiskandarus annulata   
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 Geographic Information
  Geographic Division: Australia  



  Comment: This name string with the original epithet form (annulata) combined with this masculine genus (Djokoiskandarus) does not appear to have occurred in any published works (as of August 2016), and seems to have originated in The Reptile Database (as found in 2014 & 2016). Annulus is Latin, masculine for ring, and annulatus is ringed/circular, and so should be adjectival, and variable in gender (annulatus, -a, -um). Murphy correctly used 'Djokoiskandarus annulatus' in both his 2011 and 2014 works  



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