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Definition of Hystrix

Hystrix
Hystrix Hys"trix, n. [Gr. ? porcupine.] (Zo["o]l.) A genus of rodents, including the porcupine.

Meaning of Hystrix from wikipedia

- Hystrix may refer to: Ichthyosis hystrix, a cl**** of rare skin disorder characterized by m****ive hyperkeratosis with an appearance like spiny scales Hystrix...
- Citrus hystrix, called the kaffir lime, makrut lime (US: /ˈmækrɪt/, UK: /məkˈruːt/) or Mauritius papeda, is a citrus fruit native to tropical Southeast...
- porcupine Hystrix javanica - Sunda porcupine Subgenus Hystrix Hystrix africaeaustralis - Cape porcupine Hystrix cristata - crested porcupine Hystrix indica...
- The crested porcupine (Hystrix cristata) is a species of rodent in the family Hystricidae found in Italy, North Africa, and sub-Saharan Africa. The more...
- Crested porcupine, Hystrix cristata Cape porcupine, Hystrix africaeaustralis Indian porcupine, Hystrix indicus Malayan porcupine, Hystrix brachyura Himalayan...
- A. hystrix may refer to: Abacarus hystrix, the cereal rust mite or grain rust mite, a mite species Acromyrmex hystrix, an ant found in the New World Hystrix...
- Acanthicus hystrix, the lyre-tail pleco, is a species of armored catfish native to the Amazon, Tocantins–Araguaia and Orinoco basins. It is typically...
- The Indian crested porcupine (Hystrix indica), or Indian porcupine, is a large species of hystricomorph rodent (order Rodentia) belonging to the Old World...
- Markia hystrix is a species of katydid in the subfamily Phaneropterinae. It occurs in South America. Cigliano, M. M., H. Braun, D. C. Eades, & D. Otte...
- Hystrix was a formerly recognized genus of gr**** (family Poaceae). The genus Hystrix was created in 1794 by Conrad Moench for the species described as...
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