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Japanese gentian [Gentiana scabra]Scharfer Enzian {m}
Japanese giant flying squirrel [Petaurista leucogenys]Japanisches Riesengleithörnchen {n}
Japanese giant hornet [Vespa mandarinia japonica] Japanische Riesenhornisse {f}
Japanese giant salamander [Andrias japonicus] Japanischer Riesensalamander {m}
Japanese ginger [Alpinia japonica, syn.: Globba japonica, Languas japonica]Japanische Ingwerlilie {f}
Japanese goldband / gold-band lily [Lilium auratum, syn.: L. auratum var. wittei, L. auratum var. virginale](Japanische) Goldband-Lilie / Goldbandlilie {f}
Japanese golden eggs {pl} [treated as sg.] [Solanum aethiopicum, syn.: S. gilo, S. integrifolium, S. naumannii, S. pierreanum, S. sudanense, S. zuccagnianum] Äthiopische Eierfrucht {f}
Japanese golden eggs {pl} [treated as sg.] [Solanum aethiopicum, syn.: S. gilo, S. integrifolium, S. naumannii, S. pierreanum, S. sudanense, S. zuccagnianum] Afrikanische Aubergine {f}
Japanese gook [Am.] [sl.] [pej.]Japse {m} [pej.]
Japanese grass lizard [Takydromus tachydromoides]Japanische Langschwanzeidechse {f}
Japanese gray bunting [Am.] [Emberiza variabilis]Bambusammer {f} [fachspr. auch {m}]
Japanese gray thrush [Am.] [Turdus cardis, syn.: Tarsiger cardis]Scheckendrossel {f}
Japanese green pheasant [Phasianus versicolor]Buntfasan {m}
Japanese green pheasant [Phasianus versicolor]Schillerfasan {m}
Japanese green pigeon [Treron sieboldii] Sieboldgrüntaube {f}
Japanese green woodpecker [Picus awokera] Japangrünspecht {m} [auch: Japan-Grünspecht]
Japanese (green) woodpecker [Picus awokera]Japanspecht {m}
Japanese grey bunting [Br.] [Emberiza variabilis]Bambusammer {f} [fachspr. auch {m}]
Japanese grey thrush [Br.] [Turdus cardis] Scheckendrossel {f}
Japanese grosbeak [Eophona personata]Maskenkernbeißer {m}
Japanese guinea pig [Ochotona hyperborea] Nördlicher Pfeifhase {m}
Japanese gull [Larus crassirostris]Japanmöwe {f}
Japanese hare [Lepus brachyurus] Japanischer Hase {m}
Japanese hawfinch [Coccothraustes coccothraustes]Kernbeißer {m}
Japanese hawfinch [Eophona personata, syn.: Coccothraustes personata, C. personatus] Maskenkernbeißer {m}
Japanese hedge accentor [Prunella rubida] Rötelbraunelle {f}
Japanese hedge parsley [Torilis japonica, syn.: T. anthriscus, Anthriscus vulgaris] Gemeiner Klettenkerbel {m}
Japanese hedge parsley [Torilis japonica, syn.: T. anthriscus, Anthriscus vulgaris] Borstendolde {f}
Japanese hedge parsley [Torilis japonica, syn.: T. anthriscus, Anthriscus vulgaris] Wald-Borstendolde / Waldborstendolde {f}
Japanese hedge parsley [Torilis japonica, syn.: T. anthriscus, Anthriscus vulgaris]Kerbel-Borstendolde / Kerbelborstendolde {f}
Japanese hedge parsley [Torilis japonica, syn.: T. anthriscus, Anthriscus vulgaris]Gemeine Borstendolde {f}
Japanese hedge parsley [Torilis japonica] Gewöhnlicher Klettenkerbel {m}
Japanese hedge sparrow [Prunella rubida] Rötelbraunelle {f}
Japanese hemlock caterpillar [Dendrolimus superans superans] Japanischer Douglasienspinner {m}
Japanese hill robin [Leiothrix lutea, syn.: Leiothrix luteus] Sonnenvogel {m}
Japanese hill robin [Leiothrix lutea, syn.: Leiothrix luteus] Chinanachtigall {f}
Japanese holly [Ilex crenata] Japanische Stechpalme {f}
Japanese holly-grape [Berberis japonica, syn.: Ilex japonica, Mahonia japonica]Japanische Mahonie {f}
Japanese honeycreeper hill-robin [Leiothrix lutea, syn.: Leiothrix luteus] Sonnenvogel {m}
Japanese honeycreeper hill-robin [Leiothrix lutea, syn.: Leiothrix luteus] Chinanachtigall {f}
Japanese hooded nudibranch [Melibe japonica, syn.: M. fimbriata, M. mirifica, M. viridis]Melibe japonica {f} [Meeresnacktschneckenart]
Japanese hornbeam [Carpinus japonica] Japanische Hainbuche {f}
Japanese horse chestnut [Aesculus turbinata] Japanische Rosskastanie {f}
Japanese horseradish [Eutrema japonicum, syn.: Wasabia japonica, Cochlearia wasabi]Wasabi {m} {n}
Japanese horseradish [Eutrema japonicum, syn.: Wasabia japonica, Cochlearia wasabi] Japanischer Meerrettich {m}
Japanese horseradish [Eutrema japonicum, syn.: Wasabia japonica, Cochlearia wasabi]Wassermeerrettich {m}
Japanese indigo [Polygonum tinctorium, syn.: Persicaria tinctoria]Färberknöterich {m}
Japanese Industrial Standards <JIS> [Standards, die in Japan bei industriellen Aktivitäten eingesetzt werden]
Japanese iris [Iris ensata, syn.: Iris kaempferi]Japanische Sumpf-Schwertlilie {f}
Japanese iris [Iris ensata, syn.: Iris kaempferi] Japanische Schwertlilie {f}
Japanese ivy [Parthenocissus tricuspidata]Dreispitzige Jungfernrebe {f}
Japanese ivy [Parthenocissus tricuspidata]Dreilappige Jungfernrebe {f}
Japanese ivy [Parthenocissus tricuspidata] Dreiblättrige Jungfernrebe {f}
Japanese ivy [Parthenocissus tricuspidata] Wilder Wein {m}
Japanese jack bean [Canavalia gladiata, syn.: C. incurva, Canavaia gladiata, Dolichos gladiata / gladiatus, Malocchia gladiata](Windende) Schwertbohne {f}
Japanese jasmine [Jasminum mesnyi, syn.: Jasminum primulinum]Primel-Jasmin {m} [auch: Primeljasmin]
Japanese Judas-tree [Cercidiphyllum japonicum, syn.: Cercidiphyllum japonicum var. sinense] Japanischer Kuchenbaum {m}
Japanese Judas-tree [Cercidiphyllum japonicum, syn.: Cercidiphyllum japonicum var. sinense]Japanischer Katsurabaum {m}
Japanese Judas-tree [Cercidiphyllum japonicum, syn.: Cercidiphyllum japonicum var. sinense]Lebkuchenbaum {m}
Japanese keelback [Rhabdophis tigrinus] Tiger-Wassernatter {f}
Japanese keelback [Rhabdophis tigrinus] Tigernatter {f}
Japanese killifish [Oryzias latipes] Medaka {m}
Japanese killifish [Oryzias latipes]Japanischer Reisfisch {m}
Japanese killifish [Oryzias latipes] Reiskärpfling {m}
Japanese knotweed [Fallopia japonica, syn.: Polygonum cuspidatum, P. reynoutria, Reynoutria japonica] Spitzblättriger Knöterich {m}
Japanese knotweed [Fallopia japonica, syn.: Reynoutria japonica, Polygonum cuspidatum] Japanischer Staudenknöterich {m}
Japanese knotweed [Fallopia japonica, syn.: Reynoutria japonica, Polygonum cuspidatum]Zugespitzter Knöterich {m}
Japanese knotweed [Fallopia japonica, syn.: Reynoutria japonica, Polygonum cuspidatum] Spieß-Knöterich {m}
Japanese knotweed [Fallopia japonica, syn.: Reynoutria japonica, Polygonum cuspidatum] Japanischer Flügelknöterich {m}
Japanese knotweed [Fallopia japonica, syn.: Reynoutria japonica, Polygonum cuspidatum] Kamtschatka-Knöterich {m}
Japanese knotweed [Fallopia japonica, syn.: Reynoutria japonica, Polygonum cuspidatum] Japanischer Schirmknöterich {m}
Japanese knotweed [Persicaria capitata, syn.: Polygonum capitatum] Knöpfchen-Knöterich {m}
Japanese knotweed [Persicaria capitata, syn.: Polygonum capitatum] Knöllchen-Knöterich {m}
Japanese knotweed [Persicaria capitata, syn.: Polygonum capitatum] Kopf-Knöterich {m}
Japanese knotweed [Reynoutria japonica]Japanknöterich {m}
Japanese lace fern [Polystichum polyblepharum] Japanischer Schildfarn {m}
Japanese lace-headed viper [Protobothrops elegans, syn.: Trimeresurus elegans]Sakishima-Habuschlange {f}
Japanese lacquer tree [Rhus vernicifera] Lackbaum {m} [Lack-Sumach]
Japanese lady bell [Adenophora triphylla]Dreiblättrige Schellenblume {f}
Japanese lady fern [Anisocampium niponicum, syn.: Athyrium niponicum]Japanischer Frauenfarn {m}
Japanese lady fern [Anisocampium niponicum, syn.: Athyrium niponicum] Brokatfarn {m}
Japanese lady fern [Anisocampium niponicum, syn.: Athyrium niponicum] Regenbogenfarn {m}
Japanese ladybug [Am.] [Harmonia axyridis] Asiatischer Marienkäfer {m}
Japanese language japanische Sprache {f}
Japanese lantern [Physalis alkekengi] Lampionblume {f}
Japanese larch [Larix kaempferi, syn.: L. leptolepis, L. japonica] Japanische Lärche {f}
Japanese larch [Larix kaempferi, syn.: L. leptolepis, L. japonica] Kaempfers Lärche {f}
Japanese lilac [Syringa villosa] Zottiger Flieder {m}
Japanese lily [Lilium japonicum, syn.: L. krameri]Japanische Lilie {f}
Japanese lily [Lilium speciosum]Pracht-Lilie / Prachtlilie {f}
Japanese lily [Lilium speciosum]Prächtige Lilie {f}
Japanese littleneck [Venerupis philippinarum, syn.: Paphia bifurcata, Tapes (Ruditapes) philippinarum, T. biradiata, T. denticulata, T. japonica, T. philippinarum, Venus philippinarum, V. tessellata] Japanische Teppichmuschel {f}
Japanese lobster [Metanephrops japonicus, syn.: Nephrops japonicus]Japanischer Hummer {m}
Japanese long-eared bat [Plecotus sacrimontis, syn.: Plecotus auritus sacrimontis]Japanisches Langohr {n} [Fledermausart]
Japanese lovegrass / love grass [Eragrostis amabilis, syn.: E. plumosa, E. tenella, Poa amabilis, P. plumosa, P. tenella]Japanisches Liebesgras {n}
Japanese lung fluke [Paragonimus westermani] Lungenwurm {m}
Japanese macaque [Macaca fuscata]Japanmakak {m}
Japanese macaque [Macaca fuscata] Schneeaffe {m}
Japanese macaque [Macaca fuscata]Rotgesichtsmakak {m}
Japanese macaque [Macaca fuscata] Rotgesichtsmakake {m}
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