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This documentation is transcluded from Template:Moty/doc.

Translates 'Monotypic' (Singular, First character uppercase) into the reader's language. Please add translations to Template:Moty/title (+/−)
(Note: If you want to check or improve all biology translations in your language, you should go to Biology internationalization templates).
This template is used on taxon pages to specify that the taxon is monotypic.
The subcategory describing the unique subtaxon should contain a call to {{Single}}.
{{Moty | source=MSW }}
{{Moty | source=MSW | accessdate=2012-12-31 }}
{{Moty | source=MSW | source2=ITIS | ref=another ref | accessdate=2012-12-31 }}
{{Moty | accessdate=2012-12-31 }}'''
Monotypic  (for Mammal Species of the World)
Monotypic  (for Mammal Species of the World)
Monotypic  (for ITIS & Mammal Species of the World & another ref)
Monotypic  (Retrieved on )

{{Moty | source=<sources> | source2=<sources2> | name=<name> | ref=<ref> | accessdate=<yyyy-mm-dd> }}
  • source=<WebSiteShortName> (optional)
to display the source of this genus list. See {{Taxasource}} for the complete list of managed WebSiteShortName.
Use |name=<TaxonName> with |source= to specify the taxon name if the current category/gallery name is not exactly the taxon name (In article "Vanda (Orchidaceae)" use name=Vanda)
Use |source2=<WebSiteShortName> to provide additional sources
Use |ref=<reference> if your source is not managed by {{Taxasource}}
  • accessdate=<yyyy-mm-dd> (optional)
To specify when the data has been retrieved from the source.
See also