Definition of Genus cinclus

1. Noun. Type genus of the family Cinclidae.

Exact synonyms: Cinclus
Generic synonyms: Bird Genus
Group relationships: Cinclidae, Family Cinclidae
Member holonyms: Cinclus Aquaticus, European Water Ouzel, American Water Ouzel, Cinclus Mexicanus



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Cinclus

genus Chrysophrys
genus Chrysophyllum
genus Chrysopsis
genus Chrysosplenium
genus Chrysothamnus
genus Chunga
genus Cibotium
genus Cicada
genus Cicer
genus Cichorium
genus Ciconia
genus Cicuta
genus Cimex
genus Cimicifuga
genus Cinchona
genus Cinclus
genus Cinnamomum
genus Circaea
genus Circaetus
genus Circus
genus Cirsium
genus Cistothorus
genus Cistus
genus Citellus
genus Citharichthys
genus Citroncirus
genus Citrullus
genus Citrus
genus Cladonia
genus Cladorhyncus

Literary usage of Genus cinclus

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Auk: Quarterly Journal of Ornithology by American Ornithologists' Union, Nuttall Ornithological Club (1876)
"... and also the influence upon them of isola- 'The Birds of the genus cinclus and their Geographical Distribution. By Leonhard Stejneger. Smith. Misc. ..."

2. A Hand-book to the Birds of Great Britain by Richard Bowdler Sharpe (1897)
"Or to take the genus Cinclus. The Black-bellied Dipper is the Sturnus cinclus of Linnaeus. No one in these days would suggest that the Dippers are Starlings ..."

3. American Ornithology; Or, The Natural History of the Birds of the United States. by Alexander Wilson, Charles Lucian Bonaparte, William Jardine (1832)
"The single species, of which the genus Cinclus had hitherto consisted, ... In my system, the genus Cinclus must take its place in the family Canori, ..."

4. A Hand-book to the Birds of Great Britain by Richard Bowdler Sharpe (1896)
"As there is but a single genus Cinclus, the remarks made above under the heading of the family, refer equally to the genus. I. THE DIPPER. ..."

5. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1836)
"... or rather forms a connecting link between the genus Cinclus and that of Pitta), some of which are found in all the great continents of the world, ..."

6. Magazine of Zoology and Botany by Prideaux John Selby, George Johnston, William Jardine (1837)
"... or rather forms a connecting link between the genus Cinclus and that of Pitta,) some of which arc found in all the great continents of the world, ..."

7. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1836)
"... or rather forms a connecting link between the genus Cinclus and that of Pitta), some of which are found in all the great continents of the world, ..."

8. The Auk: Quarterly Journal of Ornithology by American Ornithologists' Union, Nuttall Ornithological Club (1876)
"... and also the influence upon them of isola- 'The Birds of the genus cinclus and their Geographical Distribution. By Leonhard Stejneger. Smith. Misc. ..."

9. A Hand-book to the Birds of Great Britain by Richard Bowdler Sharpe (1897)
"Or to take the genus Cinclus. The Black-bellied Dipper is the Sturnus cinclus of Linnaeus. No one in these days would suggest that the Dippers are Starlings ..."

10. American Ornithology; Or, The Natural History of the Birds of the United States. by Alexander Wilson, Charles Lucian Bonaparte, William Jardine (1832)
"The single species, of which the genus Cinclus had hitherto consisted, ... In my system, the genus Cinclus must take its place in the family Canori, ..."

11. A Hand-book to the Birds of Great Britain by Richard Bowdler Sharpe (1896)
"As there is but a single genus Cinclus, the remarks made above under the heading of the family, refer equally to the genus. I. THE DIPPER. ..."

12. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1836)
"... or rather forms a connecting link between the genus Cinclus and that of Pitta), some of which are found in all the great continents of the world, ..."

13. Magazine of Zoology and Botany by Prideaux John Selby, George Johnston, William Jardine (1837)
"... or rather forms a connecting link between the genus Cinclus and that of Pitta,) some of which arc found in all the great continents of the world, ..."

14. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1836)
"... or rather forms a connecting link between the genus Cinclus and that of Pitta), some of which are found in all the great continents of the world, ..."

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