Pentominous

Rules: Partition the grid into pentominoes so that every cell belongs to exactly one pentomino. A clue must belong to a pentomino of the clued shape (for the standard labeling of pentomino shapes see, e.g., the Wikipedia article on pentominoes); a pentomino may contain more than one clue or none at all. Pentominoes of the same shape must not touch by side.

Example:

pent-0

[Solution]

This type was invented by Grant Fikes and introduced on Grandmaster Puzzles.