congeneric


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congeneric

[¦kän·jə′ner·ik]
(systematics)
Referring to the species of a given genus.
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Pm-ESW, which is ESW from the congeneric species, also significantly attracted P.
differs from all other congeneric species by male copulation organ (MCO) with a coil of 2 rings, by absence of medial projection in ventral bar and by a vagina associated to a plate-like sclerotized structure.
Research performed in the Curua-Una Reservoir, six years after its formation, indicates that where the congeneric species A.
As far as I know, this is the first comprehensive treatment of the discrimination measures that can be used in psychometric applications of the congeneric model.
A second problem concerns the phylogenetic relationships of Gracilinanus emiliae, which is notably divergent from other congeneric species in several morphological traits (Voss et al.
Some specific topics covered include abundance patterns of grenadiers on the mid-Atlantic range between Iceland and the Azores, feeding ecology of three congeneric grenadiers in waters of northeastern Taiwan, and the giant grenadier in Alaska.
Although these species are clearly not congeneric with the type species of Olios, O.
These nine Thrypticus species each have a diagnostic oviscapt and male genitalia that allows them to be clearly separated from congeneric species, and together they form a monophyletic taxon, the truncatus group.
First, we concurrently tracked 11 congeneric red bat (Lasiurus borealis), which also have small home ranges (mean = 68 ha, range = 28-143 ha) at the Indianapolis International Airport (B.