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Gray(attributive); used in taxonomic names for organisms having English names of the form "Gray's ..."
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One of the few birds permanently residing within the sand dunes is Gray's lark (Ammomanes grayi).
_Argus grayi_, and which inhabits Borneo, but the type of a new genus of the family Phasianidæ.
Agnia fasciata, belonging to the sub-family Hypselominæ, and Nemophas grayi, belonging to the Lamiinæ, were taken in Amboyna on the same fallen tree at the same time, and were supposed to be the same species till they were more carefully examined, and found to be structurally quite different.
_Nemophas grayi_, a Longicorn mimicked by a Longicorn, 95.
The Nemophas grayi is the larger, stronger, and better armed insect, and belongs to a more widely spread and dominant group, very rich in species and individuals, and is therefore most probably the subject of mimicry by the other species.
Clay-coloured Thrush / Robin Turdus grayi: Costa Rica's national bird, and abundant in Panama
Michaux's or Carolina lily (L. michauxii), and Gray's lily (L. grayi).
Here are the ruins of » once celebrated fortrefs, on the fumrait of a rock; and Cloie to the town is a reck of aibeftos, a kind of mineral fubttance, of a grayi/h filvercidour, which can be drawn out mto longitudinal fibres as fine as thread, and
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