locus classicus

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Etymology[edit]

New Latin

Noun[edit]

locus classicus ‎(plural loci classici)

  1. An authoritative passage from a standard work that is often quoted as an illustration.
  2. A classic case or example.
  3. (biology) The locality from which a taxon was first described.