Definition of Mallotus. Meaning of Mallotus. Synonyms of Mallotus

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Definition of Mallotus

Mallotus
Mallotus Mal*lo"tus, n. [NL., fr Gr. ? fleecy.] (Zo["o]l.) A genus of small Arctic fishes. One American species, the capelin (Mallotus villosus), is extensively used as bait for cod.

Meaning of Mallotus from wikipedia

- Mallotus may refer to: Mallotus (fish), a fish genus in the family Osmeridae Mallotus (plant), a plant genus in the family Euphorbiaceae This disambiguation...
- (2016). "Mallotus villosus" in FishBase. August 2016 version. Gjøsæter, H. (1998). "The po****tion biology and exploitation of capelin (Mallotus villosus)...
- Mallotus ****ingii is a species of the spurge family (Euphorbiaceae). It is found in Southeast Asia. It is known locally by the name apanang. v t e...
- Mallotus philippensis is a plant in the spurge family. It is known as the kamala tree or red kamala or kumkum tree, due to the fruit covering, which produces...
- Mallotus claoxyloides is an Australian rainforest plant in the spurge family. Common names include green kamala, odour bush, and smell of the bush. Opinions...
- Mallotus floribundus is a tree in the family Euphorbiaceae, in the Stylanthus section, native to Southeast Asia, Wallaceae, New Guinea and the Solomon...
- Mallotus discolor is an Australian rainforest tree in the spurge family. It is known as the yellow kamala, due to the yellowish orange fruit covering,...
- Malaysia Mallotus anomalus - Hainan Mallotus apelta - S China Mallotus atrovirens - SW India Mallotus attenuatus - Papua New Guinea Mallotus aureopunctatus...
- Mallotus pleiogynus is a species of the spurge family (Euphorbiaceae). It is found in New Guinea. v t e...
- Mallotus thunbergi**** is a species of evergreen plant in the family Euphorbiaceae. It is endemic to island of Sri Lanka. http://www.theplantlist...
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