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- In biology, a monotypic taxon is a taxonomic group (taxon) that contains only one immediately subordinate taxon. A monotypic species is one that does not...
- fish, it is the only species in the monotypic genus Gnathanacanthus and monogeneric family Gnathanacanthidae. This species is endemic to the ins**** waters...
- Olinia (formerly in the monogeneric Oliniaceae) and the single species from the genus Rhynchocalyx (formerly in the monogeneric Rhynchocalycaceae). Angiosperm...
- Percilia is a genus of perch-like fish in the monogeneric family Perciliidae. The genus Percilia currently contains these two species which are endemic...
- family Nypa Nypa fruticans Mangrove palm Avicenniaceae (disputed) Old monogeneric family, now subsumed in Acanthaceae, but clearly isolated Avicennia Avicennia...
- included in the family Ambystomatidae, or alternatively, in their own monogeneric family Dicamptodontidae. Pacific giant salamanders are defined by their...
- Tribe Allieae (monogeneric, Allium)...
- family Rhabdodendraceae, containing only the genus Rhabdodendron. Two monogeneric subfamilies, Dictyolomatoideae and Spathelioideae, are now included in...
- predatory fishes in the genus Alepisaurus ("scaleless lizard") in the monogeneric family Alepisauridae. Lancetfishes grow up to 2 m (6.6 ft) in length...
- that the genus Maundia (of the Juncaginaceae) could be separated into a monogeneric family, the Maundiaceae, but the authors noted that more study was necessary...