[see-nuh-spee-sheez, -seez, sen-uh-]
noun, plural ce·no·spe·cies. Genetics.
a group of different species the individuals of which produce partially fertile hybrids when crossbred.
Origin of cenospecies
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noun plural -species
a species related to another by the ability to interbreeddogs and wolves are cenospecies
Word Origin for cenospecies
C20: from Greek koinos common + species
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