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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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With few exceptions, species that have been taxonomically assigned to the same subgenus form distinct clades.
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).
Sandflies from this location were came from foci of VL, in which the Phlebotomus larrossious subgenus species is believed to be the vectors (1,2,11).
It is therefore probable that TOSV is transmitted by sandfly species of the subgenus Larroussius.
latimeri) in montane habitat (Tossas 2008) suggests flexibility within the subgenus.
Review of the subgenus Catonotus (Percidae) with descriptions of two new darters of the Etheostoma squamiceps species group.
Tipula megaura Doane is a Lunatipula which has been established as a suitable subgenus host taxon but Tipula flavoumbrosa Alexander belongs to subgenus Triplicitipula which has not.
This type of infection is frequently associated with Leishmania Viannia, a subgenus of Leishmania strains prevalent in Central and South America.
With one exception, the parasitic species were all very closely related, belonging to the subgenus Laverania, and were highly host-specific.