Here at The British Wildlife Wiki, we aim to have a definition for all of the techincal terms used in this wiki so that people who do not understand them can find out their meanings. It is hoped that with this new user friendly feature being implemented that people will be able to learn more from this wiki, afterall you need to understand something to be able to learn about it. We are also going to introduce some definitions that are not used in the wiki at current times in the hope that people will use them in the future. We felt this is important as people of all ages will be using the wiki and they will come from all backgrounds and abilities.
All words in red are terms that are going to explained soon!
C: Cap, Calcareous, Calcicole, Calcifuge, Calyx, Cap, Capsule, Carapace, Carnivore, Carpal, Caterpillar, Catkin, Cephalothroax, Cerci, Chlorophyll, Cladode, Clasping, Cocoon, Colony, Composite, Compound, Compound Eyes, Cone, Conifer, Cordate, Corm, Corolla, Courtship, Crepusclar, Cultivar
P: Palmate, Palps, Panicle, Pappus, Parasite, Parthenogenetic, Parthenogenesis, Passage Migrant, Pedicel, Pelage, Pellet, Perennial, Perfoliate, Perianth, Petals, Petiole, Pinnate, Photosynthesis, Polygamous Pod, Pollen, Pollinia, Preen, Procumbent, Pronotum, Prostrate, Pubescent, Pupa
S: Saprophyte, Scats, Scutellum, Secondaries, Sepal, Sessile, Shrub, Sole, Spadix, Spathe, Speculum, Species, Speading, Spike, Spikelet, Spore, Spraint, Stamen, Stigma, Style, Stipule, Stolon, Succulent, Supercillium
X: Some terms will be coming soon!
Y: Some terms will be coming soon!
If you have found any terms on the wiki that you want explained why not email us at firstname.lastname@example.org