Origin of congeneric
Examples from the Web for congeneric
Historical Examples of congeneric
We have evidence that these ancient animals possessed the same senses as their congeneric races now on the globe.The Religion of Geology and Its Connected Sciences
Congeneric: applied to a species agreeing in all characters of generic value with others compared with it.
Isotypical: a genus described from more than one species, all of which are congeneric.
From its congeneric brethren this species differs in the absence of a clear ash upon the throat.Nests and Eggs of Birds of The United States
Thomas G. Gentry