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thorn sturgeon [Acipenser nudiventris] Glattdick {m}
thorn sturgeon [Acipenser nudiventris] Glatt-Stör {m}
thorn sturgeon [Acipenser nudiventris] Dick-Stör {m}
thorn wall [brine graduation tower] Dorngradierung {f} [Gradierwerk]
thornasite [Na12Th3(Si8O19)4·8H2O]Thornasit {m}
thornback [Amblyraja radiata] Sternrochen {m}
thornback cowfish [Lactoria fornasini] Dornrücken-Kofferfisch {m}
thornback cowfish [Lactoria fornasini] Rückendorn-Kofferfisch {m}
thornback ray [Raja clavata] Keulenrochen {m}
thornback ray [Raja clavata] Nagelrochen {m}
thornback (rough) ray [Raja clavata]Dornrochen {m}
thornback (rough) ray [Raja clavata] Steinrochen {m}
thornback skate [Raja clavata]Nagelrochen {m}
thornbushDornbusch {m}
thornbush Dornenstrauch {m}
thorned dornig
thorneite [Pb6(Te2O10)(CO3)Cl2(H2O)] Thorneit {m}
Thornicroft's giraffe [Giraffa camelopardalis thornicrofti] Thornicroft-Giraffe {f}
thornier dorniger
thorniest dornigste
thornilydornig
thorniness Dornigkeit {f}
thorninessStacheligkeit {f}
thornless dornlos
thornlessohne Dornen
thornless dornenlos
thornsDornen {pl}
thorns Stacheln {pl}
thorns of Christ coral [Seriatopora hystrix]Stachelige Buschkoralle {f}
thorns of Christ coral [Seriatopora hystrix] Christusdorn-Koralle {f}
thorns of Christ coral [Seriatopora hystrix]Dornenkronenkoralle {f}
thorn-tailed rayadito [Aphrastura spinicauda] Stachelschwanzschlüpfer {m}
Thornton Peak uromys [Uromys (Uromys) hadrourus]Queensland-Riesenratte {f}
thorntrees [genus Acacia] Akazien {pl}
thorny dornig
thornydornenreich
thorny [fig.] heikel
thorny [fig.] haarig [fig.]
thorny amaranth [Amaranthus spinosus] Dorniger Fuchsschwanz {m}
thorny amaranth [Amaranthus spinosus] Malabarspinat {m}
thorny amaranth [Amaranthus spinosus] Stachel-Fuchsschwanz / Stachelfuchsschwanz {m}
thorny amaranth [Amaranthus spinosus]Dornamarant / Dorn-Amarant {m}
thorny back [Amblyraja radiata]Sternrochen {m}
thorny broom [Calicotome spinosa]Stacheliger Dornginster {m}
thorny broom [Calicotome spinosa] Kahler Dornginster {m}
thorny catfish {pl} [family Doradidae] [in general] Dornwelse {pl}
thorny catfishes [family Doradidae] [with reference to the species of the family] Dornwelse {pl}
thorny crownDornenkrone {f}
thorny devil [Moloch horridus] Dornteufel {m}
thorny devil [Moloch horridus] Wüstenteufel {m}
thorny devil [Moloch horridus] Moloch {m}
thorny devil stick insect [Eurycantha calcarata] Dorngespenstschrecke {f}
thorny devil stick insect [Eurycantha calcarata] Panzerschrecke {f}
thorny devil stick insect [Eurycantha calcarata]Neuguinea-Riesengespenstschrecke {f}
thorny devil stick insect [Eurycantha calcarata]Braune Dornengespenstschrecke {f}
thorny doris [Acanthodoris pilosa, syn.: A. citrina, A. ornata, A. pilosa pilosa, A. quadrangulata, Doris bifida, D. flemingii, D. laevis, D. nigricans, D. rocinela, D. similis, D. stellata] Weichwarzige Sternschnecke {f} [Meeresschneckenart]
thorny dragon [Moloch horridus] Dornteufel {m}
thorny dragon [Moloch horridus] Moloch {m}
thorny lanternshark [Etmopterus sentosus] Dorniger Laternenhai {m}
thorny lizard [Moloch horridus] Moloch {m}
thorny lizard [Moloch horridus] Dornteufel {m}
thorny locust [Gleditsia triacanthos] [honey locust]Amerikanische Gleditschie {f}
thorny locust [Gleditsia triacanthos] [honey locust] Falscher Christusdorn {m}
thorny locust [Gleditsia triacanthos] [honey locust] Lederhülsenbaum {m}
thorny locust [Gleditsia triacanthos] [honey locust] (Gemeine) Gleditschie {f}
thorny nightshade [Solanum virginianum, syn.: S. surattense, S. xanthocarpum] Gelber Nachtschatten {m}
thorny oyster [Spondylus gaederopus]Lazarusklapper {f} [Stachelauster]
thorny phos [Phos senticosus, syn.: Plicifusus plicatus]Dornenschnecke {f}
thorny pigweed [Amaranthus spinosus] Malabarspinat {m}
thorny pigweed [Amaranthus spinosus] Dorniger Fuchsschwanz {m}
thorny pigweed [Amaranthus spinosus] Stachel-Fuchsschwanz / Stachelfuchsschwanz {m}
thorny pigweed [Amaranthus spinosus]Dornamarant / Dorn-Amarant {m}
thorny poinciana [Caesalpinia decapetala, syn.: C. japonica, C. sepiaria, Reichardia decapetala] Mauritiusdorn {m}
thorny question schwierige Frage {f}
thorny rose stachelige Rose {f}
thorny sea cucumber [Colochirus quadrangularis, syn.: Pentacta quadrangularis]Gelbe Seegurke {f}
thorny seahorse [Hippocampus histrix]Dorniges Seepferdchen {n}
thorny skate [Amblyraja radiata] Sternrochen {m}
thorny stick insect [Aretaon asperrimus] Kleine Dornschrecke {f}
thorny woodcock [Murex pecten, syn.: M. duplicatus, M. histrix, M. (Murex) pecten pecten, M. tenuispina, Aranea gracilis, A. triremis, Haustellum nobile] Venuskamm {m} [Meeresschneckenart]
thorny woodcock [Murex pecten, syn.: M. duplicatus, M. histrix, M. (Murex) pecten pecten, M. tenuispina, Aranea gracilis, A. triremis, Haustellum nobile] Venuskammschnecke {f} [Meeresschneckenart]
(thorny) restharrow [Ononis spinosa, also O. spinosa subsp. spinosa / antiquorum] Dornige Hauhechel {f}
(thorny) restharrow [Ononis spinosa, also O. spinosa subsp. spinosa / antiquorum] Weiberkrieg {m} [Dornige Hauhechel]
(thorny) restharrow [Ononis spinosa, also O. spinosa subsp. spinosa / antiquorum]Eindorn {m} [Dornige Hauhechel]
(thorny) restharrow [Ononis spinosa, also O. spinosa subsp. spinosa / antiquorum] Steinwurzel {f} [Dornige Hauhechel]
(thorny) restharrow [Ononis spinosa, also O. spinosa subsp. spinosa / antiquorum] Heudorn {m} [Dornige Hauhechel]
(thorny) restharrow [Ononis spinosa, also O. spinosa subsp. spinosa / antiquorum]Stallchrut {n} [schweiz.] [Dornige Hauhechel]
(thorny) restharrow [Ononis spinosa, also O. spinosa subsp. spinosa / antiquorum]Harnkraut {n} [Dornige Hauhechel]
(thorny) restharrow [Ononis spinosa, also O. spinosa subsp. spinosa / antiquorum] Ochsenbrech {n} [Dornige Hauhechel]
thorny-eel [Polypterus ansorgii] Guinea-Flösselhecht {m}
thorny-headed worm [phylum Acanthocephala] Kratzwurm {m}
thorny-headed worm [phylum Acanthocephala] Kratzer {m} [Kratzwurm]
thorny-headed worms [phylum Acanthocephala] Kratzwürmer {pl}
thornyheads [family Sebastidae]Stachelköpfe {pl}
thorogummite [Th(SiO4)1-x(OH)4x] Thorogummit {m}
Thorold's deer [Przewalskium albirostris, syn.: Cervus albirostris] Weißlippenhirsch {m}
thoronol Thoronol {n}
thorosteenstrupine [(Ca,Th,Mn)3Si4O11F·6H2O]Thorosteenstrupin {m}
thorough gründlich
thorough sorgfältig
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