Andricus

noun
An·​dri·​cus | \ anˈdrīkəs\

Definition of Andricus

: a genus of cynipid gall wasps chiefly affecting various oaks

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First Known Use of Andricus

1861, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Andricus

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Dictionary Entries near Andricus

Andria

Andrias

Andrić

Andricus

-andries

andrite

andro

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