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- remains in the genus Pterodactylus, coining the new species Pterodactylus macronyx. The specific name is derived from Gr**** makros, "large" and onyx, "claw"...
- The longclaws are a genus, Macronyx, of small African p****erine birds in the family Motacillidae. Longclaws are slender, often colorful, ground-feeding...
- Gigantosaurus (from the Gr**** "Γίγας" and "σαυρος", meaning "giant lizard") is a sauropod dinosaur genus from the Late Jur****ic Kimmeridge Clay Formation...
- Moraea macronyx is a species of plant in the family Iridaceae. It is found in Western Cape, South Africa. "Moraea macronyx in Tropicos". Media related...
- Eosentomon macronyx is a species of proturan in the family Eosentomidae. It is found in Australia. "Eosentomon macronyx Report". Integrated Taxonomic Information...
- monoceras Hook. Oncidium rhinoceros Rchb.f. Oncidium gautieri Regel Oncidium macronyx Rchb.f. Oncidium longicornu var. gautieri (Regel) Cogn. Oncidium longicornu...
- Chelemys macronyx, also known as the Andean long-clawed mouse or Andean long-clawed akodont, is a species of rodent in the genus Chelemys of family Cricetidae...
- tenellus Genus Macronyx: longclaws Cape longclaw, Macronyx capensis Yellow-throated longclaw, Macronyx croceus Fülleborn's longclaw, Macronyx fuellebornii...
- The Cape longclaw or orange-throated longclaw (Macronyx capensis) is a p****erine bird in the family Motacillidae, which comprises the longclaws, pipits...
- Dimorphodontidae, as the group consisting of the last common ancestor of Dimorphodon macronyx and Peteinosaurus zambellii, and all its descendants. However, later studies...