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Indopazifischer Buckeldelfin {m}; Chinesischer Buckeldelfin {m} (Sousa chinensis) [zool.] Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin; speckled dolphin

Jojobastrauch {m}; Jojoba {f} (Simmondsia chinensis) [bot.] jojoba shrub; jojoba; coffeeberry; grey box bush; deer nut; goat nut; pig nut

Anoplophora-Bockkäfer {pl} (Anoplophora) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.] anoplophora longhorn beetles (zoological genus)

Asiatische Laubholzbockkäfer {m} (Anoplophora glabripennis) Asian long-horned beetle /ALB/; starry sky; sky beetle

Zitrusbockkäfer {m}; Chinesischer Laubholzbock {m} (Anoplophora chinensis) citrus long-horned beetle /CLB/

Litschibaum {m}; Litchibaum {m}; Chinesische Haselnuss {f} (Litchi chinensis) [bot.] lychee tree; litchi tree

Litschibäume {pl}; Litchibäume {pl}; Chinesische Haselnüsse {pl} lychee trees; litchi trees

Sumache {pl}; Schmacke {pl} (Rhus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.] sumachs; sumacs (botanical genus)

Duftender Essigbaum {m}; Duftessigbaum {m}; Duftender Sumach {m}; Duftsumach {m}; Wohlriechender Sumach {m} (Rhus aromatica) fragrant sumac; aromatic sumac

Essigbaum {m}; Hirschkolbensumach {m}; Kolbensumach {m} (Rhus typhina) vinegar tree; staghorn sumac

Eichenblättriger Giftsumach {m}; Behaarter Giftsumach {m}; Giftsumach {m}; Gifteiche {f} (Rhus toxicodendron / Toxicodendron pubescens) Atlantic poison oak; eastern poison oak

Gallensumach {m}; Chinesischer Essigbaum {m} (Rhus chinensis) nutgall tree; Chinese gall; Chinese sumac

Gerbersumach {m}; Gerberbaum {m}; Gerberstrauch {m}; Gewürzsumach {m}; Sizilianischer Sumach {m}; Färberbaum {m} (Rhus coriaria) tanner's sumach; elm-leaved sumach; Sicilian sumac

Kahler Essigbaum {m}; Kahler Scharlachsumach {m}; Scharlachsumach {m}; Glatter Sumach {m} (Rhus glabra) smooth sumac; scarlet sumac; red sumac

Kletternder Giftsumach {m}; Giftiger Efeu {m}; Giftefeu {m} (Rhus radicans) eastern poison ivy; poison ivy

Lackbaum {m}; Lacksumach {m} (Rhus verniciflua) Chinese lacquer tree

Orientalischer Lackbaum {m}; Lackbaum {m}; Lacksumach {m}; Firnissumach {m} (Rhus verniciflua) Chinese lacquer tree; Japanese varnish tree

Talgsumach {m} (Rhus succedanea) Japanese wax tree; wax tree

Stinksumach {m} (Rhus trilobata) skunkbush sumac; skunkbush; stinking sumac; ill-scented sumac; three-leaf sumac

Kalifornische Gifteiche {f}; Westliche Gifteiche {f}; Gifteiche {f} (Rhus diversiloba) Pacific poison oak

Wacholder {pl} (Juniperus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.] junipers (botanical genus)

gewöhnlicher Wacholder {m}; Heidewacholder {m}; Machandel {m} [Norddt.]; Machandelbaum {m} [Norddt.]; Kranewit {m} [Bayr.] [Ös.]; Kranewet [Ös.] (Juniperus communis) common juniper

Kriechwacholder {m} (Juniperus horizontalis) creeping juniper

stinkender Baumwacholder {m} (Juniperus foetidissima) stinking juniper

Bergwacholder {m}; ostafrikanischer Wacholder {m}; Bleistiftzeder {f} (Juniperus procera) African juniper; African pencil cedar

Bermudawacholder {m}; Floridawacholder {m}; Floridazeder {f} (Juniperus bermudiana) Bermuda juniper; Bermuda cedar

chinesischer Wacholder {m} (Juniperus chinensis) Chinese juniper

griechischer Wacholder {m} (Juniperus excelsa) Greek juniper; Grecian juniper; Crimean juniper

Zypressenwacholder {m}; phönizischer Wacholder {m} (Juniperus phoenicea) Phoenician juniper

syrischer Wacholder {m} (Juniperus drupacea) Syrian juniper

westlicher Wacholder {m} (Juniperus occidentalis) Western juniper

Zedernwacholder {m}; Stechwacholder {m}; rotbeeriger Wacholder {m} (Juniperus oxycedrus) cade juniper; cade; prickly juniper; red-berry juniper

Igelwacholder {m}; Nadelwacholder {m}; Strandwacholder {m} (Juniperus rigida) needle juniper; temple juniper; shore juniper; compact juniper

Stinkwacholder {m}; Sadebaum {m}; Sebenbaum {m} (Juniperus sabina) savin

spanischer Wacholder {m} (Juniperus thurifera) Spanish juniper; incense juniper

Tibet-Wacholder {m} (Juniperus tibetica) Tibetan juniper

virginischer Wacholder/Sadebaum {m}; virginische Zeder {f}; Rotzeder {f}; Bleistiftzeder {f} (Juniperus virginiana) Eastern juniper; Eastern red cedar; red juniper/cedar; pencil cedar

Turteltauben {pl} (Streptopelia) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.] turtle doves (zoological genus)

Europäische Turteltaube {f} (Streptopelia turtur) European turtle dove

Adamaua-Turteltaube {f} (Streptopelia hypopyrrha) Adamawa turtle dove

Brillentaube {f} (Streptopelia decipiens) mourning collared dove

Halbmondtaube {f} (Streptopelia semitorquata) red-eyed dove

Kapturteltaube {f} (Streptopelia capicola) ring-necked dove

Kichertaube {f} (Streptopelia bitorquata) island collared dove

Madagaskar-Turteltaube {f} (Streptopelia picturata) Madagascar turtle dove

Nordafrikanische Lachtaube {f} (Streptopelia roseogrisea) African collared dove

Orientturteltaube {f} (Streptopelia orientalis) Oriental Turtle

Palmtaube {f} (Streptopelia senegalensis) laughing dove

Perlhalstaube {f} (Streptopelia chinensis) spotted dove

Reichenowtaube {f} (Streptopelia reichenowi) white-winged collared dove

Rosa Taube {f} (Streptopelia mayeri) pink pigeon

Röteltaube {f} (Streptopelia vinacea) vinaceous dove

Trauerturteltaube {f} (Streptopelia lugens) dusky turtle dove

Türkentaube {f} (Streptopelia decaocto) Eurasian collared dove; collared dove

Weinrote Halsringtaube {f} (Streptopelia tranquebarica) red turtle dove