Definition of Genus Budorcas

1. Noun. Gnu goats.

Exact synonyms: Budorcas
Generic synonyms: Mammal Genus
Group relationships: Bovidae, Family Bovidae
Member holonyms: Budorcas Taxicolor, Gnu Goat, Takin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Budorcas

genus Bruckenthalia
genus Brugmansia
genus Brunfelsia
genus Brya
genus Bryanthus
genus Bryonia
genus Bryum
genus Bubalus
genus Bubo
genus Bubulcus
genus Bucephala
genus Buceros
genus Buchloe
genus Buckleya
genus Buddleia
genus Budorcas (current term)
genus Bufo
genus Bulnesia
genus Bumelia
genus Bungarus
genus Buphthalmum
genus Burhinus
genus Burmannia
genus Burmeisteria
genus Bursera
genus Butea
genus Buteo
genus Buxus
genus Cabassous
genus Cabomba

Literary usage of Genus Budorcas

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1. Natural History of the Mammalia of India and Ceylon by Robert Armitage Sterndale (1884)
"genus Budorcas. A heavily-built, somewhat cow-shaped animal, with curiously bent horns, which spring upwards, but soon bend laterally outward and then ..."

2. Annals and Magazine of Natural History by William Jardine (1851)
"The horns, whose peculiar twist must constitute the diagnosis of the genus BUDORCAS, appear, from the rough figures given, to have the wrinkling at the base ..."

3. The Big Game of Central and Western China: Being an Account of a Journey by Harold Frank Wallace (1913)
"... and it may be taken that this is the most specialised representative of the genus budorcas yet discovered. To quote Mr. Pocock again—and I am indebted ..."

4. Proceedings of the Committee of Science and Correspondence of the Zoological by Zoological Society of London Committee of Science and Correspondence, Committee of Science and Correspondence, Zoological Society of London (1850)
"The horns, whose peculiar twist must constitute the diagnosis of the genus BuDORCAS, appear, from the rough figures given, to have the wrinkling at the base ..."

5. Proceedings by Zoological Society of London (1850)
"The horns, whose peculiar twist must constitute the diagnosis of the genus BUDORCAS, appear, from the rough figures given, to have the wrinkling at the base ..."

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