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That genus and seven other related living ones make up the Camponotini ant “tribe,” all of which have bacteria inside their gut cells.
He and colleagues assigned the fossil, which was eroding out of previously dated sediment at a site called Ramnagar, to a new genus and species, Kapi ramnagarensis.
The reptile, from the genus Guizhouichthyosaurus, lived during the Triassic Period about 240 million years ago.
Many modern animals have close relatives — other species that are in their same genus.
Instead, they sorted the ancient prints into a “footprint genus.”
So while they couldn’t say what animal genus the prints belonged to, they were able to determine that they were in the footprint genus Batrachopus.
Thus we see that these two lines bear towards each other the relation of genus and species.
ASSIMILATIVE MEMORYMARCUS DWIGHT LARROWE (AKA PROF. A. LOISETTE)
The sexual cycle can take place only within the body of one genus of mosquito, anopheles.
M. Peron says that it forms a new genus, and of a very remarkable character.
This genus appears to be nearly allied to the Agamae, but differs from them in the peculiar frill that is appended to the neck.

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