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subgenus

 [sub-je´nus]
a taxonomic category sometimes established, subordinate to a genus and superior to a species.

sub·ge·nus

(sŭb-jē'nŭs),
In biologic classification, a division between genus and species.

subgenus

/sub·ge·nus/ (sub´je-nus) a taxonomic category between a genus and a species.

subgenus

(sŭb′jē′nəs)
n. pl. sub·genera (-jĕn′ər-ə)
A taxonomic category of related organisms ranking below a genus and above a species.

sub·ge·nus

(sŭb'jē-nŭs)
In biologic classification, a division between genus and species.

subgenus

a taxonomic category sometimes established where the number of specimens is large, but not generally used; subordinate to a genus and superior to a species.
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All the Hexapus morphotypes were associated with fig species of subsection Petenenses and Bergianae of New World section Pharmacosycea, subgenus Pharmacosycea.
The distributions of Ganoderma in China mainly contain subgenus Ganoderma and subgenus Eflvingia, only three species belong to the subgenus Trachyderma (Jia et al.
canescens and other species of section Glareosae, but possibly also to other species of subgenus Vignea.
A new subgenus of Euschistus (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae).
With few exceptions, species that have been taxonomically assigned to the same subgenus form distinct clades.
Type studies on Frullania subgenus Meteoriopsis (Hepaticae).
New species and immatures of crane flies of subgenus Formotipula Matsumura from Taiwan (Diptera: Tipulidae: Tipula).
The species of the subgenus Foveolatatrigon are recorded from Philippines, Taiwan, Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Guinea, Australia and Peru (Wisniewski 1993).
It is classified with the almond in the subgenus Amygdalus, distinguished from the other subgenera by the corrugated seed shell.
In the Mediterranean basin, domestic dogs (Canis familiaris) are the principal reservoir hosts, and some species of sandflies belonging to the subgenus Larroussius are the primary vectors (2).