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congeneric

(of species) in the same genus.
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Interestingly, the ESW from the eggs of another congeneric species, P.
Egg traits influence in situ fertilization rates among congeneric sea urchins.
This species was one of several treated as incertae sedis (Schuh, 2001), formerly placed in Microphylellus and not congeneric with P.
differs from all other congeneric species by the shape of accessory piece (very robust and resembling a crustacean claw or chela) and by the shape of ventral and dorsal bars (not V-shaped and with expanded lateral ends directed to the rear).
Table 2 CFA Congeneric Loading for the Academic Resilience Scale Items CFA Congeneric Loading 1.
In the psychometric literature, when Spearman's model is used as an item response model it is also known as the congeneric test (item) score model (Joreskog, 1971), a name that we shall use here.
Population growth, trophic level, and reproductive biology of two congeneric archer fishes (Toxotes chatareus, Hamilton 1822 and Toxotes jaculatrix, Pallas 1767) inhabiting Malaysian coastal waters.
To find bank voles as TBEV-Sib hosts was not unexpected, considering that the congeneric red vole (Myodes rutilus) is a common host for TBEV in Siberia (14).