subfamily

Subfamily - What does it mean?

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Subfamily vs Scaphiophrynine - What's the difference?

subfamily | scaphiophrynine |


As nouns the difference between subfamily and scaphiophrynine

is that subfamily is (taxonomy) a taxonomic category ranking between a family and a genus; formerly called a tribe while scaphiophrynine is (zoology) any of the microhylid frogs in the subfamily scaphiophryninae.

Subfamily vs Gammaherpesvirus - What's the difference?

subfamily | gammaherpesvirus |


As nouns the difference between subfamily and gammaherpesvirus

is that subfamily is (taxonomy) a taxonomic category ranking between a family and a genus; formerly called a tribe while gammaherpesvirus is any of the subfamily gammaherpesvirinae of herpesviruses that reproduce at a relatively variable rate.

Subfamily vs Stenogastrine - What's the difference?

subfamily | stenogastrine |


As nouns the difference between subfamily and stenogastrine

is that subfamily is (taxonomy) a taxonomic category ranking between a family and a genus; formerly called a tribe while stenogastrine is any of the wasps of the subfamily stenogastrinae.

Subfamily vs Polistine - What's the difference?

subfamily | polistine |


As nouns the difference between subfamily and polistine

is that subfamily is (taxonomy) a taxonomic category ranking between a family and a genus; formerly called a tribe while polistine is any of the wasps of the subfamily polistinae.

Subfamily vs Eumenid - What's the difference?

subfamily | eumenid |


As nouns the difference between subfamily and eumenid

is that subfamily is (taxonomy) a taxonomic category ranking between a family and a genus; formerly called a tribe while eumenid is (zoology) any member of the subfamily eumeninae , the potter wasps.

Subfamily vs Dobsonfly - What's the difference?

subfamily | dobsonfly |


As nouns the difference between subfamily and dobsonfly

is that subfamily is (taxonomy) a taxonomic category ranking between a family and a genus; formerly called a tribe while dobsonfly is an insect of the subfamily whose males have long mandibles, found in the americas and related most closely to the fishfly.

Subfamily vs Actinote - What's the difference?

subfamily | actinote |


As nouns the difference between subfamily and actinote

is that subfamily is (taxonomy) a taxonomic category ranking between a family and a genus; formerly called a tribe while actinote is a genus of butterflies that are endemic to south america.

Subfamily vs Soldierfish - What's the difference?

subfamily | soldierfish |


As nouns the difference between subfamily and soldierfish

is that subfamily is (taxonomy) a taxonomic category ranking between a family and a genus; formerly called a tribe while soldierfish is any member of the subfamily of ray-finned fish.

Subfamily vs Squirrelfish - What's the difference?

subfamily | squirrelfish |


As nouns the difference between subfamily and squirrelfish

is that subfamily is (taxonomy) a taxonomic category ranking between a family and a genus; formerly called a tribe while squirrelfish is any member of the subfamily of ray-finned fish.

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