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{adj: accipitrine} of or relating to or belonging to the genus Accipiter (or to typical hawks)

{adj: alliaceous} of or pertaining to the botanical genus Allium
"onions, leeks, garlic, chives are alliaceous plants"

{adj: arundinaceous} of or relating to or resembling reedlike plants of the genus Arundinaria

{adj: australopithecine} of or belonging to the hominid genus Australopithecus

{adj: bovine, bovid} of or relating to or belonging to the genus Bos (cattle)

{adj: buteonine} relating to or resembling a hawk of the genus Buteo

{adj: campanulate, campanular, campanulated} shaped like a bell or campana
"campanulate flowers of the genus Campanula"

{adj: citrous} of or relating to or producing fruit of the plants of the genus Citrus
"the citrus production of Florida"

{adj: citrous} of or relating to plants of the genus Citrus
"a citrous disease"

{adj: congeneric, congenerical, congenerous} belonging to the same genus

{adj: generic} relating to or common to or descriptive of all members of a genus
"the generic name"

{adj: pneumococcal} of or derived from or caused by bacteria of the genus pneumococcus

{adj: vibrionic} caused by bacteria of the genus Vibrio
"vibrionic dysentery"

{adv: generically} as sharing a common genus
"these animals are not related generically"

{n: Abelmoschus, genus Abelmoschus} genus of tropical coarse herbs having large lobed leaves and often yellow flowers

{n: Abies, genus Abies} true firs

{n: Abramis, genus Abramis} European fishes

{n: Abrocoma, genus Abrocoma} abrocomes

{n: Abronia, genus Abronia} genus of western North American herbs having showy flowers

{n: Abudefduf, genus Abudefduf} damsel fishes

{n: Abutilon, genus Abutilon} herbs or shrubs or small trees: flowering maple; parlor maple; Indian mallow

{n: Abyssinian banana, Ethiopian banana, Ensete ventricosum, Musa ensete} large evergreen arborescent herb having huge paddle-shaped leaves and bearing inedible fruit that resemble bananas but edible young flower shoots; sometimes placed in genus Musa

{n: Acalypha, genus Acalypha} a genus of herbs and shrubs belonging to the family Euphorbiaceae

{n: Acanthisitta, genus Acanthisitta} a genus of Xenicidae

{n: Acanthocereus, genus Acanthocereus} mostly trailing cacti having nocturnal white flowers; tropical America and Caribbean region

{n: Acanthocybium, genus Acanthocybium} wahoos

{n: Acanthophis, genus Acanthophis} Australian elapid snakes

{n: Acanthoscelides, genus Acanthoscelides} a genus of Bruchidae

{n: Acanthurus, genus Acanthurus} type genus of the Acanthuridae: doctorfishes

{n: Accipiter, genus Accipiter} type genus of the family Accipitridae

{n: Acer, genus Acer} type genus of the Aceraceae; trees or shrubs having winged fruit

{n: Acherontia, genus Acherontia} death's-head moth

{n: Acheta, genus Acheta} common house and field crickets

{n: Achoerodus, genus Achoerodus} a genus of Labridae

{n: Achras, genus Achras} tropical trees having papery leaves and large fruit

{n: Acinonyx, genus Acinonyx} cheetahs

{n: Acinos, genus Acinos} plants closely allied to the genera Satureja and Calamintha

{n: Acipenser, genus Acipenser} type genus of the Acipenseridae: sturgeons

{n: Acocanthera, genus Acocanthera, Acokanthera, genus Acokanthera} small genus of trees and shrubs containing strongly toxic cardiac glycosides; Arabia to Africa

{n: Aconitum, genus Aconitum} genus of poisonous plants of temperate regions of northern hemisphere with a vaulted and enlarged petal

{n: Acoraceae, subfamily Acoraceae} used in some classifications for the genus Acorus which is usually assigned to Araceae

{n: Acorus, genus Acorus} sweet flags; sometimes placed in subfamily Acoraceae

{n: Acridotheres, genus Acridotheres} mynas

{n: Acris, genus Acris} cricket frogs

{n: Acrobates, genus Acrobates} a genus of Phalangeridae

{n: Acrocarpus, genus Acrocarpus} small genus of trees of Indonesia and Malaysia

{n: Acrocephalus, genus Acrocephalus} a genus of Sylviidae

{n: Acroclinium, genus Acroclinium} genus of herbs and shrubs of Australia and South Africa: everlasting flower; most species usually placed in genus Helipterum

{n: Acrocomia, genus Acrocomia} Central and South American feather palms

{n: Acropora, genus Acropora} coelenterate genus of order Madreporaria, including staghorn corals

{n: Acrostichum, genus Acrostichum} in some classification systems placed in family Polypodiaceae

{n: Actaea, genus Actaea} baneberry

{n: Actias, genus Actias} luna moths

{n: Actinia, genus Actinia} a genus of sea anemone common in rock pools

{n: Actinidia, genus Actinidia} small Asiatic woody vine bearing many-seeded fruit

{n: Actiniopteris, genus Actiniopteris} terrestrial ferns of tropical Asia and Africa

{n: Actinomeris, genus Actinomeris} used in some classification systems for plants now included in genus Verbesina

{n: Actitis, genus Actitis} a genus of Scolopacidae

{n: Adalia, genus Adalia} genus of ladybugs

{n: Adansonia, genus Adansonia} baobab; cream-of-tartar tree

{n: Adelges, genus Adelges} type genus of the Adelgidae: plant lice

{n: Adenanthera, genus Adenanthera} small genus of trees of tropical Asia and Pacific areas

{n: Adenium, genus Adenium} one species: succulent shrub or tree of tropical Africa and Arabia

{n: Adenota, genus Adenota} African antelopes: puku

{n: Adiantum, genus Adiantum} cosmopolitan genus of ferns: maidenhair ferns; in some classification systems placed in family Polypodiaceae or Adiantaceae

{n: Adlumia, genus Adlumia} one species: climbing fumitory

{n: Adonis, genus Adonis} annual or perennial herbs

{n: Aedes, genus Aedes} yellow-fever mosquitos

{n: Aegiceras, genus Aegiceras} a genus of herbs of the family Verbenaceae

{n: Aegilops, genus Aegilops} goat grass

{n: Aegypius, genus Aegypius} a genus of Accipitridae

{n: Aeonium, genus Aeonium} a genus of plants of the family Crassulaceae

{n: Aepyceros, genus Aepyceros} African antelopes: impalas

{n: Aerobacter, genus Aerobacter} aerobic bacteria widely distributed in nature

{n: Aesculus, genus Aesculus} deciduous trees or some shrubs of North America; southeastern Europe; eastern Asia

{n: Aethionema, genus Aethionema} Old World genus of the family Cruciferae

{n: Aethusa, genus Aethusa} fool's parsley

{n: Aetobatus, genus Aetobatus} a genus of Myliobatidae

{n: Aframomum, genus Aframomum} an African genus of plants of the family Zingiberaceae

{n: African daisy} any of several plants of the genus Arctotis having daisylike flowers

{n: Afrocarpus, genus Afrocarpus} dioecious evergreen trees or shrubs; equatorial to southern and southeastern Africa: yellowwood; similar to trees or genus Podocarpus

{n: Agalinis, genus Agalinis} semiparasitic herb with purple or white or pink flowers; grows in the United States and West Indies

{n: Agapornis, genus Agapornis} a genus of Psittacidae

{n: Agaricus, genus Agaricus} type genus of Agaricaceae; gill fungi having brown spores and including several edible species

{n: Agastache, genus Agastache} giant hyssop; Mexican hyssop

{n: Agathis, genus Agathis} kauri pine

{n: Agdestis, genus Agdestis} a genus with one species that is a rapidly growing climbing vine with tuberous roots; grown in hot climates

{n: Agelaius, genus Agelaius} red-winged blackbirds

{n: Ageratina, genus Ageratina} annual to perennial herbs or shrubs of eastern United States and Central and South America

{n: Agkistrodon, genus Agkistrodon, Ancistrodon, genus Ancistrodon} copperheads

{n: Aglaomorpha, genus Aglaomorpha} epiphytic ferns of tropical Asia

{n: Aglaonema, genus Aglaonema} climbing herbs of southeastern Asia having thick fleshy oblong leaves and naked unisexual flowers: Chinese evergreen

{n: Agonus, genus Agonus} type genus of the Agonidae

{n: Agriocharis, genus Agriocharis} a genus of birds of the family Meleagrididae including the ocellated turkey

{n: Agrobacterium, genus Agrobacterium} small motile bacterial rods that can reduce nitrates and cause galls on plant stems

{n: Agropyron, genus Agropyron} perennial grasses of temperate and cool regions: wheatgrass; dog grass

{n: Agrostemma, genus Agrostemma} a caryophylloid dicot genus including corn cockles

{n: Agrostis, genus Agrostis} annual or perennial grasses cosmopolitan in northern hemisphere: bent grass (so named from `bent' meaning an area of unfenced grassland)

{n: Ailuropoda, genus Ailuropoda} only the giant panda: in some classifications considered a genus of the separate family Ailuropodidae

{n: Ailurus, genus Ailurus} lesser pandas

{n: Aix, genus Aix} wood duck and mandarin duck

{n: Ajaia, genus Ajaia} a genus of Platalea

{n: Ajuga, genus Ajuga} bugle

{n: Alauda, genus Alauda} type genus of the Alaudidae: skylarks

{n: Albatrellus, genus Albatrellus} a genus of fungi belonging to the family Polyporaceae

{n: Albugo, genus Albugo} type genus of the Albuginaceae; fungi causing white rusts

{n: Albula, genus Albula} type and sole genus of the family Albulidae

{n: Alca, genus Alca} type genus of the Alcidae comprising solely the razorbill

{n: Alcea, genus Alcea} genus of erect herbs of the Middle East having showy flowers: hollyhocks; in some classification systems synonymous with genus Althaea

{n: Alcedo, genus Alcedo} type genus of the Alcedinidae

{n: Alcelaphus, genus Alcelaphus} African antelopes: hartebeests

{n: Alces, genus Alces} elk or moose

{n: Aldrovanda, genus Aldrovanda} one species: waterwheel plant

{n: Alectis, genus Alectis} a genus of Carangidae

{n: Alectoria, genus Alectoria} lichens having dark brown erect or pendulous much-branched cylindrical thallus

{n: Alectoris, genus Alectoris} a genus of Perdicidae

{n: Alectura, genus Alectura} brush turkeys

{n: Alepisaurus, genus Alepisaurus} slender scaleless predaceous tropical deep-sea fishes

{n: Aletris, genus Aletris} small genus of bitter-rooted herbs of eastern North America and Asia; sometimes placed in family Melanthiaceae

{n: Aleurites, genus Aleurites} candlenut

{n: Alexandria senna, Alexandrian senna, true senna, tinnevelly senna, Indian senna, Senna alexandrina, Cassia acutifolia, Cassia augustifolia} erect shrub having racemes of tawny yellow flowers; the dried leaves are used medicinally as a cathartic; sometimes placed in genus Cassia

{n: Aleyrodes, genus Aleyrodes} type genus of the Aleyrodidae

{n: Algeripithecus, genus Algeripithecus} an extinct genus of Hominoidea

{n: Alisma, genus Alisma} small genus of aquatic or semiaquatic plants

{n: Alliaceae, family Alliaceae} one of many families or subfamilies into which some classification systems subdivide the Liliaceae but not widely accepted; includes especially genus Allium

{n: Alliaria, genus Alliaria} a genus of herbs of the family Cruciferae; have broad leaves and whit flowers and long siliques

{n: Allionia, genus Allionia} small genus of chiefly American herbs

{n: Allium, genus Allium} large genus of perennial and biennial pungent bulbous plants: garlic; leek; onion; chive; sometimes placed in family Alliaceae as the type genus

{n: Alnus, genus Alnus} alders

{n: Alopecurus, genus Alopecurus} annual or perennial grasses including decorative and meadow species as well as notorious agricultural weeds

{n: Alopex, genus Alopex} arctic foxes

{n: Alopius, genus Alopius} type genus of the family Alopiidae; in some classifications considered a genus of the family Lamnidae

{n: Alosa, genus Alosa} shad

{n: Alouatta, genus Alouatta} howler monkeys

{n: Alpinia, genus Alpinia, genus Zerumbet, genus Languas} perennial rhizomatous herbs of Asia and Australia and Polynesia having ginger-scented rhizomes

{n: Alsobia, genus Alsobia} tropical American herbs sometimes included in genus Episcia

{n: Alsophila, genus Alsophila} geometrid moths

{n: Alstonia, genus Alstonia} genus of evergreen trees or shrubs with white funnel-shaped flowers and milky sap; tropical Africa to southeastern Asia and Polynesia

{n: Alternanthera, genus Alternanthera} genus of low herbs of tropical America and Australia; includes genus Telanthera

{n: Alyssum, genus Alyssum} a genus of the family Cruciferae

{n: Alytes, genus Alytes} midwife toads

{n: Amanita, genus Amanita} genus of widely distributed agarics that have white spores and are poisonous with few exceptions

{n: Amaranthus, genus Amaranthus} large widely distributed genus of chiefly coarse annual herbs

{n: Amauropelta, genus Amauropelta} epiphytic or terrestrial ferns of America and Africa and Polynesia

{n: Amazona, genus Amazona} a genus of Psittacidae

{n: Amberboa, genus Amberboa} herbs of Mediterranean to central Asia cultivated for their flowers

{n: Ambloplites, genus Ambloplites} a genus of Centrarchidae

{n: Amblyrhynchus, genus Amblyrhynchus} marine iguanas

{n: Ambystoma, genus Ambystoma} type genus of the Ambystomatidae

{n: Ameiurus, genus Ameiurus} type genus of the Ameiuridae: bullhead catfishes

{n: Amelanchier, genus Amelanchier} North American deciduous trees or shrubs

{n: American egret, great white heron, Egretta albus} a common egret of the genus Egretta found in America; it is a variety of the Old World white egret Casmerodius albus

{n: Amia, genus Amia} type genus of the Amiidae

{n: Amianthum, genus Amianthum} one species: fly poison; sometimes placed in family Melanthiaceae

{n: Ammodytes, genus Ammodytes} type genus of the Ammodytidae

{n: Ammotragus, genus Ammotragus} genus of wild sheep

{n: Amphibolips, genus Amphibolips} cynipid gall wasps, especially causing oak-apple galls

{n: Amphicarpaea, genus Amphicarpaea, Amphicarpa, genus Amphicarpa} very small genus of twining vines of North America and Asia: hog peanut

{n: Amphiprion, genus Amphiprion} damsel fishes

{n: Amphisbaena, genus Amphisbaena, Amphisbaenia, genus Amphisbaenia} type genus of the Amphisbaenidae

{n: Amsinckia, genus Amsinckia} rough annual herbs of Europe and the Americas: fiddlenecks

{n: Amsonia, genus Amsonia} genus of herbs and subshrubs with milky juice and showy bluish flowers; Europe to Asia Minor to Japan and North America

{n: Amygdalaceae, family Amygdalaceae} used in former classifications for plum and peach and almond trees which are now usually classified as members of the genus Prunus

{n: Amygdalus, genus Amygdalus} used in former classifications for peach and almond trees which are now included in genus Prunus

{n: Anabas, genus Anabas} the type genus of the family Anabantidae; small fish that resemble perch

{n: Anabrus, genus Anabrus} a genus of Tettigoniidae

{n: Anacardium, genus Anacardium} type genus of the Anacardiaceae: cashew

{n: Anacyclus, genus Anacyclus} Spanish pellitory

{n: Anadenanthera colubrina, Piptadenia macrocarpa} Brazilian shrub having twice-pinnate leaves and small spicate flowers followed by flat or irregularly torulose pods; sometimes placed in genus Piptadenia

{n: Anadenanthera, genus Anadenanthera} 2 species of tropical American shrubs or trees

{n: Anagallis, genus Anagallis} chiefly Old World herbs

{n: Anagasta, genus Anagasta} moth whose larvae are flour moths

{n: Anagyris, genus Anagyris} very small genus of shrubs of southern Europe having backward curving seed pods

{n: Ananas, genus Ananas} a genus of tropical American plants have sword-shaped leaves and a fleshy compound fruits composed of the fruits of several flowers (such as pineapples)

{n: Anaphalis, genus Anaphalis} genus of herbs of north temperate regions having hoary leaves: pearly everlasting

{n: Anarhichas, genus Anarhichas} type genus of the Anarhichadidae

{n: Anas, genus Anas} type genus of the Anatidae: freshwater ducks

{n: Anasa, genus Anasa} squash bugs

{n: Anastatica, genus Anastatica} one species: rose of Jericho; resurrection plant

{n: Anastomus, genus Anastomus} openbills

{n: Ancylus, genus Ancylus} type genus of the family Ancylidae: river limpet

{n: Andira, genus Andira} small genus of evergreen trees of tropical America and western Africa

{n: Andreaea, genus Andreaea} brown or blackish Alpine mosses having a dehiscent capsule with 4 longitudinal slits

{n: Andreaeales, order Andreaeales} comprises a single genus: Andreaea

{n: Andricus, genus Andricus} cynipid gall wasps, chiefly affecting oaks

{n: Andropogon, genus Andropogon} tall annual or perennial grasses with spikelike racemes; warm regions

{n: Aneides, genus Aneides} climbing salamanders

{n: Anemia, genus Anemia} genus of terrestrial or lithophytic ferns having pinnatifid fronds; chiefly of tropical America

{n: Anemonella, genus Anemonella} one species: rue anemone

{n: Anemopsis, genus Anemopsis} one species: yerba mansa

{n: Anethum, genus Anethum} dill

{n: Anguilla, genus Anguilla} type genus of the Anguillidae: eels

{n: Anguillula, genus Anguillula, Turbatrix, genus Turbatrix} a genus of Cephalobidae

{n: Anguis, genus Anguis} type genus of the Anguidae: blindworms

{n: Anhima, genus Anhima} type genus of the Anhimidae; horned screamers

{n: Anigozanthus, genus Anigozanthus} genus of monocotyledonous plants with curious woolly flowers on sturdy stems above a fan of sword-shaped leaves; includes kangaroo's paw and Australian sword lily; sometimes placed in family Amaryllidaceae

{n: Anisotremus, genus Anisotremus} a genus of Haemulidae

{n: Annona, genus Annona} type genus of the Annonaceae; tropical American trees or shrubs

{n: Anodonta, genus Anodonta} thin-shelled freshwater mussels

{n: Anoectochilus, genus Anoectochilus} genus of delicate Asiatic orchids

{n: Anogramma, genus Anogramma} a genus of ferns belonging to the family Pteridaceae

{n: Anolis, genus Anolis} New World chameleons

{n: Anomala, genus Anomala} genus of beetles whose grubs feed mainly on roots of plants; includes several pests of cultivated grasses

{n: Anomia, genus Anomia} type genus of the family Anomiidae: saddle oysters

{n: Anopheles, genus Anopheles} malaria mosquitoes; distinguished by the adult's head-downward stance and absence of breathing tubes in the larvae

{n: Anser, genus Anser} typical geese

{n: Antedon, genus Antedon} a genus of echinoderms of the family Antedonidae

{n: Antennaria, genus Antennaria} small woolly perennial herbs having small whitish discoid flowers surrounded by a ring of club-shaped bristles

{n: Anthemis, genus Anthemis} dog fennel

{n: Antheraea, genus Antheraea} large moths whose larvae produce silk of high quality

{n: Anthericum, genus Anthericum} genus of Old World (mainly African) perennial herbs; sometimes placed in family Asphodelaceae

{n: Antheropeas, genus Antheropeas} small genus of North American herbs often included in genus Eriophyllum

{n: Anthidium, genus Anthidium} potter bees

{n: Anthoceros, genus Anthoceros} hornworts

{n: Anthonomus, genus Anthonomus} weevils destructive of cultivated plants

{n: Anthriscus, genus Anthriscus} chervil: of Europe, North Africa and Asia

{n: Anthus, genus Anthus} pipits

{n: Anthyllis, genus Anthyllis} genus of Mediterranean herbs and shrubs

{n: Antidorcas, genus Antidorcas} springboks

{n: Antigonia, genus Antigonia} a genus of fish in the family Caproidae

{n: Antilocapra, genus Antilocapra} type and sole genus of the Antilocapridae comprising one species

{n: Antilope, genus Antilope} blackbucks

{n: Antirrhinum, genus Antirrhinum} a genus of herbs of the family Scrophulariaceae with brightly colored irregular flowers

{n: Antrozous, genus Antrozous} a genus of Vespertilionidae

{n: Aotus, genus Aotus} douroucoulis

{n: Apatura, genus Apatura} large Old World butterflies

{n: Aphis, genus Aphis} type genus of the Aphididae: injurious to fruit trees and vegetables

{n: Aphriza, genus Aphriza} a genus of Scolopacidae

{n: Aphrophora, genus Aphrophora} a genus of Cercopidae

{n: Aphyllanthaceae, family Aphyllanthaceae} one of many families or subfamilies into which some classification systems subdivide the Liliaceae but not widely accepted; includes genus Aphyllanthes

{n: Aphyllanthes, genus Aphyllanthes} one species; small fibrous-rooted perennial with rushlike foliage and deep blue flowers; sometimes placed in its own family Aphyllanthaceae

{n: Apios, genus Apios} twining perennial North American plants

{n: Apis, genus Apis} type genus of the Apidae: honeybees

{n: Apium, genus Apium} celery

{n: Aplectrum, genus Aplectrum} a monocotyledonous genus of the family Orchidaceae

{n: Aplodontia, genus Aplodontia} type genus of the Aplodontiidae: comprising the mountain beavers

{n: Aplysia, genus Aplysia, Tethys, genus Tethus} type genus of the family Aplysiidae

{n: Apocynum, genus Apocynum} perennial herbs with small pink or white flowers

{n: Apodemus, genus Apodemus} Old World field mice

{n: Apogon, genus Apogon} type genus of the Apogonidae

{n: Aporocactus, genus Aporocactus} small genus of epiphytic cacti of Mexico

{n: Aptenodytes, genus Aptenodytes} large penguins

{n: Apus, genus Apus} type genus

{n: Aquila, genus Aquila} a genus of Accipitridae

{n: Ara, genus Ara} macaws

{n: Arabidopsis, genus Arabidopsis} a genus of the mustard family having white or yellow or purplish flowers; closely related to genus Arabis

{n: Arabis, genus Arabis} annual to perennial woody herbs of temperate North America, Europe and Asia: rockcress

{n: Arachis, genus Arachis} a genus of plants with pods that ripen underground (see peanut)

{n: Aramus, genus Aramus} genus of large brown long-billed wading birds found in warm swampy regions of the western hemisphere: courlan; limpkin

{n: Aranea, genus Aranea, Araneus, genus Araneus} a genus of orb-weaving spiders including common garden spiders and barn spiders

{n: Araujia, genus Araujia} small genus of South American evergreen vines

{n: Arca, genus Arca} type genus of the family Arcidae: ark shells and blood clams

{n: Arceuthobium, genus Arceuthobium} genus of chiefly American plants parasitic on conifers

{n: Archidiskidon, genus Archidiskidon} a genus of Elephantidae

{n: Archilochus, genus Archilochus} a genus of Trochilidae

{n: Archosargus, genus Archosargus} a genus of Sparidae

{n: Arctictis, genus Arctictis} binturongs

{n: Arctium, genus Arctium} burdock

{n: Arctocebus, genus Arctocebus} a genus of Lorisidae

{n: Arctocephalus, genus Arctocephalus} fur seals

{n: Arctonyx, genus Arctonyx} a genus of Mustelidae

{n: Arctostaphylos, genus Arctostaphylos} bearberry; manzanita

{n: Arctotis, genus Arctotis} herbs and subshrubs: African daisy

{n: Ardea, genus Ardea} type genus of the Ardeidae: large New and Old World herons

{n: Ardisia, genus Ardisia} tropical evergreen subshrubs (some climbers) to trees of Asia and Australasia to Americas

{n: Arenaria, genus Arenaria} sandworts

{n: Arenaria, genus Arenaria} turnstones

{n: Arenga, genus Arenga} a genus of tropical Asian and Malaysian palm trees

{n: Argentina, genus Argentina} type genus of the Argentinidae: argentines

{n: Argiope, genus Argiope} the type genus of Argiopidae; small genus of orb-weaving spiders

{n: Argonauta, genus Argonauta} type genus of the family Argonautidae: paper nautilus

{n: Argonautidae, family Argonautidae} represented solely by the genus Argonauta

{n: Argusianus, genus Argusianus} argus pheasants

{n: Argynnis, genus Argynnis} fritillaries

{n: Argyranthemum, genus Argyranthemum} comprises plants often included in the genus Chrysanthemum

{n: Argyreia, genus Argyreia} woody climbers of tropical Asia to Australia

{n: Argyrotaenia, genus Argyrotaenia} orange tortrix

{n: Argyroxiphium, genus Argyroxiphium} small genus of Hawaiian spreading and rosette-forming shrubs

{n: Arilus, genus Arilus} a genus of Reduviidae

{n: Ariocarpus, genus Ariocarpus} slow-growing geophytic cacti; northern and eastern Mexico; southern Texas

{n: Ariomma, genus Ariomma} a genus of Stromateidae

{n: Arisaema, genus Arisaema} tuberous or rhizomatous herbaceous perennials

{n: Arisarum, genus Arisarum} tuberous or rhizomatous perennial herbs; mainly Mediterranean area

{n: Aristolochia, genus Aristolochia} birthworts; Dutchman's-pipe

{n: Aristotelia, genus Aristotelia} small genus of shrubs or small trees of Australia and New Zealand and western South America

{n: Arius, genus Arius} type genus of the Ariidae: sea catfishes

{n: Arizona, genus Arizona} glossy snake

{n: Armadillidium, genus Armadillidium} type genus of the Armadillidiidae

{n: Armeria, genus Armeria} shrubby or herbaceous low-growing evergreen perennials

{n: Armillaria, genus Armillaria} genus of edible mushrooms having white spores an annulus and blue juice; some are edible; some cause root rot

{n: Armillariella, genus Armillariella} a honey-colored diminutive form of genus Armillaria; grows in clusters; edible (when cooked) but most attention has been on how to get rid of it

{n: Armoracia, genus Armoracia} horseradish

{n: Arnoseris, genus Arnoseris} lamb succory

{n: Arrhenatherum, genus Arrhenatherum} oat grass

{n: Artamus, genus Artamus} type genus of the Artamidae

{n: Artemia, genus Artemia, Chirocephalus, genus Chirocephalus} fairy shrimp; brine shrimp

{n: Arthropteris, genus Arthropteris} tropical and subtropical Old World epiphytic or lithophytic ferns

{n: Artocarpus, genus Artocarpus} evergreen Asiatic trees now grown through the tropics: breadfruit; jackfruit

{n: Arundinaria, genus Arundinaria} North American bamboo

{n: Arundo, genus Arundo} any of several coarse tall perennial grasses of most warm areas: reeds

{n: Arvicola, genus Arvicola} in some classifications considered synonymous with Microtus

{n: Asarum, genus Asarum} wild ginger

{n: Ascaphus, genus Ascaphus} type genus of the Ascaphidae; in some classifications included in the family Leiopelmatidae

{n: Ascaridia, genus Ascaridia} roundworm having a preanal sucker

{n: Ascaris, genus Ascaris} type genus of the family Ascaridae: roundworms with a three-lipped mouth

{n: Asclepias, genus Asclepias} genus of chiefly North American perennial herbs: silkweed; milkweed

{n: Ascophyllum, genus Ascophyllum} brown algae distinguished by compressed or inflated branchlets along the axis

{n: Asian wild ox} genus of Asiatic wild oxen

{n: Asimina, genus Asimina} pawpaw

{n: Asio, genus Asio} a genus of European owls

{n: Aspalathus, genus Aspalathus} genus of South African heathlike shrubs

{n: Aspergillus, genus Aspergillus} genus of common molds causing food spoilage and some pathogenic to plants and animals

{n: Asperula, genus Asperula} woodruff

{n: Asphodeline, genus Asphodeline} genus of rhizomatous perennial or biennial herbs with numerous sometimes fragrant flowers in long cylindrical racemes; Mediterranean region to Caucasus; sometimes placed in family Asphodelaceae

{n: Asphodelus, genus Asphodelus} small genus of tall striking annuals or perennials with grasslike foliage and flowers in dense racemes or panicles; Mediterranean to Himalayas; sometimes placed in family Asphodelaceae

{n: Aspidelaps, genus Aspidelaps} African coral snakes

{n: Aspidiotus, genus Aspidiotus} a genus of Diaspididae

{n: Aspidophoroides, genus Aspidophoroides} alligatorfishes

{n: Asplenium, genus Asplenium} in some classification systems placed in family Polypodiaceae

{n: Astacus, genus Astacus} type genus of the family Astacidae; Old World crayfish

{n: Astragalus, genus Astragalus} large genus of annual or perennial herbs or shrubs of north temperate regions; largest genus in the family Leguminosae

{n: Astreus, genus Astreus} a genus of fungi belonging to the family Geastraceae

{n: Astroloma, genus Astroloma} evergreen shrubs of Australia and Tasmania

{n: Astronium, genus Astronium} a genus of dicotyledonous plants of the family Anacardiaceae

{n: Astrophyton, genus Astrophyton} includes many of the basket stars

{n: Astropogon, genus Astropogon} a genus of fish of the family Apogonidae

{n: Ateles, genus Ateles} spider monkeys

{n: Athene, genus Athene} a genus of Strigidae

{n: Atherinopsis, genus Atherinopsis} a genus of Atherinidae

{n: Atherurus, genus Atherurus} a genus of Hystricidae

{n: Athrotaxis, genus Athrotaxis} a genus of gymnosperm

{n: Athyrium, genus Athyrium} temperate and tropical lady ferns; in some classifications placed in family Polypodiaceae or in the genus Asplenium

{n: Atrichornis, genus Atrichornis} type genus of the Atrichornithidae

{n: Atriplex, genus Atriplex} orach; saltbush

{n: Atropa, genus Atropa} belladonna

{n: Attalea, genus Attalea} unarmed feather palms of central and northern South America

{n: Atticus, genus Atticus} atlas moth

{n: Aucuba, genus Aucuba} hardy evergreen dioecious shrubs and small trees from Japan

{n: Aulacorhyncus, genus Aulacorhyncus} a genus of Ramphastidae

{n: Aulostomus, genus Aulostomus} type genus of the Aulostomidae

{n: Aureolaria, genus Aureolaria} small genus of North American herbs often root-parasitic and bearing golden-yellow flowers; sometimes placed in genus Gerardia

{n: Auricularia, genus Auricularia} type genus of the Auriculariaceae

{n: Auriparus, genus Auriparus} a genus of Paridae

{n: Australian hare's foot, Davallia pyxidata} a hare's-foot fern of the genus Davallia

{n: Australian nettle, Australian nettle tree} any of several tall Australian trees of the genus Laportea

{n: Australian pea, Dipogon lignosus, Dolichos lignosus} South African evergreen partly woody vine grown for its clusters of rosy purple flowers followed by edible pods like snap beans; also grown as green manure; sometimes placed in genus Dolichos

{n: Austrocedrus, genus Austrocedrus} one species; formerly included in genus Libocedrus

{n: Austrotaxus, genus Austrotaxus} a gymnosperm genus having one species: New Caledonian yew

{n: Automeris, genus Automeris} io moth

{n: Avahi, genus Avahi} a genus of Indriidae

{n: Avena, genus Avena} oats

{n: Averrhoa, genus Averrhoa} trees native to East Indies having pinnate leaves: carambolas

{n: Avicennia, genus Avicennia} small genus of tropical shrubs or trees

{n: Avicenniaceae, family Avicenniaceae} used in some classifications: coextensive with the genus Avicennia

{n: Aythya, genus Aythya} canvasback; redhead; pochard; etc.

{n: Azadirachta, genus Azadirachta} genus of large important East Indian trees: neem trees

{n: Azolla, genus Azolla} a genus of fern sometimes placed in its own family Azollaceae

{n: Azollaceae, family Azollaceae} used in some classifications for the genus Azolla

{n: Babyrousa, genus Babyrousa} a genus of Suidae

{n: Baccharis, genus Baccharis} shrubs of western hemisphere often having honey-scented flowers followed by silky thistlelike heads of tiny fruits; often used for erosion control

{n: Bacteroides, genus Bacteroides} type genus of Bacteroidaceae; genus of Gram-negative rodlike anaerobic bacteria producing no endospores and no pigment and living in the gut of man and animals

{n: Baiomys, genus Baiomys} pygmy mice

{n: Bairdiella, genus Bairdiella} drumfish

{n: Balaena, genus Balaena} type genus of the Balaenidae: Greenland whales

{n: Balaeniceps, genus Balaeniceps} type genus of the Balaenicipitidae: shoebills

{n: Balaenoptera, genus Balaenoptera} type genus of the Balaenopteridae

{n: Balanus, genus Balanus} type genus of the family Balanidae

{n: Balistes, genus Balistes} type genus of the Balistidae

{n: Ballota, genus Ballota} perennial herbs or subshrubs of especially Mediterranean area: black horehound

{n: Balsamorhiza, genus Balsamorhiza} genus of coarse western American herbs with large roots containing an aromatic balsam

{n: Bambusa, genus Bambusa} tall tender clumping bamboos

{n: Bankia, genus Bankia} giant shipworms

{n: Baphia, genus Baphia} small genus of shrubs and lianas and trees of Africa and Madagascar

{n: Baptisia, genus Baptisia} genus of North American plants with showy flowers and an inflated pod

{n: Barbarea, genus Barbarea} biennial or perennial herbs of north temperate regions: winter cress

{n: Bartle Frere, genus Bartle-Frere, green dinosaur} a living fossil or so-called `green dinosaur'; genus or subfamily of primitive nut-bearing trees thought to have died out 50 million years ago; a single specimen found in 1994 on Mount Bartle Frere in eastern Australia; not yet officially named

{n: Bartramia, genus Bartramia} a genus of Scolopacidae

{n: Basiliscus, genus Basiliscus} a reptile genus of Iguanidae

{n: Bassariscus, genus Bassariscus} cacomistles

{n: Bassia, genus Bassia, Kochia, genus Kochia} summer cypress

{n: Bathyergus, genus Bathyergus} mole rats

{n: Batidaceae, family Batidaceae, saltwort family} family coextensive with genus Batis: saltworts

{n: Batis, genus Batis} small genus of plants constituting the family Batidaceae: low straggling dioecious shrubs

{n: Batrachoseps, genus Batrachoseps} slender salamanders

{n: Bauhinia, genus Bauhinia} mountain ebony, orchid tree

{n: Beaumontia, genus Beaumontia} small genus of evergreen woody vines in the East Indies and Asia

{n: Belamcanda, genus Belamcanda} a monocotyledonous genus of the family Iridaceae

{n: Bellis, genus Bellis} daisy

{n: Bemisia, genus Bemisia} sweet-potato whitefly

{n: Bennettitis, genus Bennettitis} type of the Bennettitales

{n: Benzoin, genus Benzoin} used in some classifications for the American spicebush and certain other plants often included in the genus Lindera

{n: Berberis, genus Berberis} large genus of shrubs of temperate zones of New and Old Worlds

{n: Berteroa, genus Berteroa} hoary alyssum

{n: Bertholletia, genus Bertholletia} brazil nut

{n: Bessera, genus Bessera} small genus of cormous perennials of Mexico; sometimes placed in family Alliaceae

{n: Besseya, genus Besseya} genus of North American spring wildflowers

{n: Beta, genus Beta} beets

{n: Bettongia, genus Bettongia} jerboa kangaroo

{n: Betula, genus Betula} a genus of trees of the family Betulaceae (such as birches)

{n: Bibos, genus Bibos} wild ox

{n: Bidens, genus Bidens} bur marigolds

{n: Bignonia, genus Bignonia} one species: cross vine

{n: Biscutella, genus Biscutella} genus of Eurasian herbs and small shrubs: buckler mustard

{n: Bitis, genus Bitis} a genus of Viperidae

{n: Blaberus, genus Blaberus} giant cockroaches

{n: Blandfordia, genus Blandfordia} small species of tuberous Australian perennial herbs

{n: Blarina, genus Blarina} shrews

{n: Blastocladia, genus Blastocladia} a genus of fungi of the family Blastodiaceae

{n: Blastomyces, genus Blastomyces} genus of pathogenic yeastlike fungi

{n: Blatta, genus Blatta} type genus of the Blattidae: cockroaches infesting buildings worldwide

{n: Blattella, genus Blattella} small cockroaches

{n: Blechnum, genus Blechnum} in some classification systems placed in family Polypodiaceae; terrestrial ferns of cosmopolitan distribution mainly in southern hemisphere: hard ferns

{n: Blennius, genus Blennius} type genus of the Blenniidae

{n: Blephilia, genus Blephilia} small genus of North American herbs: wood mints

{n: Bletilla striata, Bletia striata} Japanese orchid with white-striped leaves and slender erect racemes of rose to magenta flowers; often cultivated; sometimes placed in genus Bletia

{n: Bletilla, genus Bletilla} small genus of chiefly east Asiatic hardy terrestrial orchids similar to genus Bletia

{n: Blighia, genus Blighia} small genus of western African evergreen trees and shrubs bearing fleshy capsular three-seeded fruits edible when neither unripe nor overripe

{n: Blissus, genus Blissus} chinch bugs

{n: Bloomeria, genus Bloomeria} small genus of bulbous perennial herbs of southwestern United States and Mexico; sometimes placed in family Alliaceae

{n: Boehmeria, genus Boehmeria} false nettle

{n: Bolbitis, genus Bolbitis} terrestrial or less than normally scandent ferns of tropical regions of northern hemisphere

{n: Boletellus, genus Boletellus} a genus of fungi belonging to the family Boletaceae

{n: Boletus, genus Boletus} type genus of Boletaceae; genus of soft early-decaying pore fungi; some poisonous and some edible

{n: Boltonia, genus Boltonia} genus of tall leafy perennial herbs of eastern America and eastern Asia having flowers that resemble asters

{n: Bomarea, genus Bomarea} large genus of tropical American vines having showy often spotted umbellate flowers; sometimes placed in family Liliaceae especially subfamily Alstroemeriaceae

{n: Bombax, genus Bombax} trees of chiefly South America

{n: Bombina, genus Bombina} fire-bellied toads

{n: Bombus, genus Bombus} bumblebees

{n: Bombycilla, genus bombycilla} waxwings

{n: Bombyx, genus Bombyx} type genus of the Bombycidae: Chinese silkworm moth

{n: Bonasa, genus Bonasa} ruffed grouse

{n: Borago, genus Borago} perennial herbs of the Mediterranean region

{n: Borassus, genus Borassus} palmyra

{n: Borrelia burgdorferi, Lime disease spirochete} cause of Lyme disease; transmitted primarily by ticks of genus Ixodes

{n: Bos, genus Bos} wild and domestic cattle; in some classifications placed in the subfamily Bovinae or tribe Bovini

{n: Boselaphus, genus Boselaphus} Indian antelopes: nilgais

{n: Boswellia, genus Boswellia} genus of trees of North Africa and India that yield incense

{n: Botaurus, genus Botaurus} bitterns

{n: Bothrops, genus Bothrops} fer-de-lance

{n: Botrychium, genus Botrychium} grape fern; moonwort

{n: Bouteloua, genus Bouteloua} forage grasses

{n: Bovinae, subfamily Bovinae} term not used technically; essentially coextensive with genus Bos: cattle; buffalo; and sometimes includes kudu

{n: Bovini, tribe Bovini} term not used technically; essentially coextensive with genus Bos

{n: Bowiea, genus Bowiea} small genus of tropical African perennial bulbous herbs with deciduous twining stems; sometimes placed in family Hyacinthaceae

{n: Boykinia, genus Boykinia} genus of perennial rhizomatous herbs with flowers in panicles; North America; Japan

{n: Brachinus, genus Brachinus} bombardier beetles

{n: Brachychiton, genus Brachychiton} Australian trees (usually with swollen trunks)

{n: Brachycome, genus Brachycome} mostly Australian herbs having basal or alternate leaves and loosely corymbose flower heads

{n: Brachystegia, genus Brachystegia} small genus of tropical African timber trees having pale golden heartwood uniformly striped with dark brown or black:

{n: Bradypus, genus Bradypus} type genus of the Bradypodidae: three-toed sloths

{n: Brama, genus Brama} type genus of the Bramidae

{n: Branchiobdella, genus Branchiobdella} type genus of the Branchiobdellidae: a small worm that lives on the gills or surface of a crayfish attached by a sucker

{n: Branta, genus Branta} wild geese

{n: Brasenia, genus Brasenia} alternatively, a member of the family Nymphaeaceae

{n: Brassia, genus Brassia} genus of tropical American epiphytic orchids having striking axillary racemes of yellow to green spiderlike flowers with long slender sepals and warty lips: spider orchids

{n: Brassica, genus Brassica} mustards: cabbages; cauliflowers; turnips; etc.

{n: Brevoortia, genus Brevoortia} menhaden

{n: Brickellia, genus Brickelia} genus of herbs of southwestern America having usually creamy florets followed by one-seeded fruits in a prominent bristly sheath

{n: Bromelia} the type genus of the family Bromeliaceae which includes tropical American plants with deeply cleft calyx

{n: Bromus, genus Bromus} a genus of grasses of the family Gramineae

{n: Brosmius, genus Browmius} cusk

{n: Broussonetia, genus Broussonetia} paper mulberry

{n: Bruchus, genus Bruchus} type genus of the Bruchidae

{n: Bruckenthalia, genus Bruckenthalia} one species: spike heath

{n: Brugmansia, genus Brugmansia} includes some plants often placed in the genus Datura: angel's trumpets

{n: Brunfelsia, genus Brunfelsia} genus of tropical American shrubs grown for their flowers followed by fleshy berrylike fruits

{n: Brya, genus Brya} genus of prickly shrubs and small trees of the Caribbean region; source of a durable hardwood

{n: Bryum, genus Bryum} type genus of the Bryaceae: mosses distinguished by mostly erect and tufted gametophytes and symmetrical short-necked capsules

{n: Bubalus, genus Bubalus, tribe Bubalus} in some classification systems included in genus Bos; water buffaloes

{n: Bubo, genus Bubo} a genus of Strigidae

{n: Bubulcus, genus Bubulcus} small white egrets

{n: Bucephala, genus Bucephala} buffleheads and goldeneyes

{n: Buceros, genus Buceros} type genus of the family Bucerotidae

{n: Buchloe, genus Buchloe} buffalo grass

{n: Budorcas, genus Budorcas} gnu goats

{n: Bulnesia, genus Bulnesia} palo santo

{n: Bumelia, genus Bumelia} deciduous or evergreen American shrubs small trees having very hard wood and milky latex

{n: Bungarus, genus Bungarus} kraits

{n: Buphthalmum, genus Buphthalmum} oxeye

{n: Burhinus, genus Burhinus} type genus of the Burhinidae: stone curlews

{n: Burmannia, genus Burmannia} type genus of the Burmanniaceae; slender herbs of warm regions with leaves resembling scales and flowers with a three-angled or three-winged perianth

{n: Burmeisteria, genus Burmeisteria} a genus of Dasypodidae

{n: Bursera, genus Bursera} type genus of Burseraceae; tropical and subtropical American shrubs and trees some yielding timber and gum elemi

{n: Butea, genus Butea} genus of East Indian trees or shrubs: dhak

{n: Buteo, genus Buteo} broad-winged soaring hawks

{n: Buxus, genus Buxus} type genus of the Buxaceae

{n: Cabomba, genus Cabomba} alternatively, a member of the family Nymphaeaceae; a small genus of American aquatic plants

{n: Cacajao, genus Cacajao} uakaris

{n: Cacalia, genus Cacalia} genus of tall smooth herbs of forested mountains of Europe and Asia minor; in some classifications includes many plants usually placed in genus Emilia

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