Definition of Genus amphicarpaea

1. Noun. Very small genus of twining vines of North America and Asia: hog peanut.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Amphicarpaea

genus Amblyrhynchus
genus Ambrosia
genus Ambystoma
genus Ameiurus
genus Amelanchier
genus Amia
genus Amianthum
genus Ammobium
genus Ammodytes
genus Ammotragus
genus Amoeba
genus Amorpha
genus Amorphophallus
genus Amphibolips
genus Amphicarpa
genus Amphicarpaea
genus Amphioxus
genus Amphiprion
genus Amphisbaena
genus Amphisbaenia
genus Amphiuma
genus Amsinckia
genus Amsonia
genus Amygdalus
genus Anabas
genus Anabrus
genus Anacardium
genus Anacyclus
genus Anadenanthera
genus Anagallis

Literary usage of Genus amphicarpaea

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1. Psyche: A Journal of Entomology by Cambridge Entomological Club (1877)
"It mines indifferently either surface of the leaves of locust (Robinia). In the leaves of an allied genus, Amphicarpaea, mines and larvae are found, ..."

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