available work
a work published after the starting point that conforms to the provisions of the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature and has not been annulled by its Commission. An available name is not necessarily a valid name (q.v.), as an available name may be in synonymy (q.v.). Conversely a valid name must always be an available one. Available names include nomen inviolatum, nomen conservandum, nomen perfectum, nomen vanum, nomen correctum, nomen substitutum, nomen imperfectum

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