As of Jul 24 2017 there are 292 genera in the WILD FLORIDA PHOTO Animal database.

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Florida Animal Genus List

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Abaeis

Achatina - giant African snails

Actias

Actitis - spotted sandpipers

Agapostemon - metallic green bees

Agelaius - red-winged blackbirds

Agkistrodon - copperheads

Agraulis

Aix - wood ducks

Alligator - alligators

Amblyomma

Ammotrechella

Anartia

Anas - dabbling ducks

Anatrytone

Anax - green darners

Anaxyrus - true toads

Anhinga - anhingas

Anisomorpha

Anisota - oakworm moths

Anolis - anoles

Anser - bean geese

Anthanassa - crescents & crescentspots

Antheraea

Antigone - cranes

Apatelodes

Aphelocoma - scrub-jays

Aphylla - forceptails

Aramus - limpkins

Aratus - mangrove crabs

Archilochus - ruby-throated hummingbirds

Ardea - great herons

Arenaria - turnstones

Argia - dancers

Argiope

Arilus

Ascia

Asterocampa

Athene - small owls

Aurelia

Automeris

Aythya - diving ducks


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Baeolophus - titmice

Basilarchia

Battus

Bittacomorpha

Bombus - bumble bees

Botaurus - brown bitterns

Brachymesia - tropical pennants

Brephidium - pygmy blues

Bubo - eagle-owls and horned owls

Bubulcus - cattle egrets

Busycon - whelks

Buteo - buteonine hawks

Butorides - green-backed herons


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Cactoblastis

Caenurgia - looper moths

Calidris - sandpipers

Callosamia - silkmoths

Calopteron

Calopteryx - jewelwing

Calpodes - brazilian skipper

Campsomeris

Canis - dogs, jackals, and wolves

Caracara - caracaras

Caretta - loggerhead turtles

Castor - beavers

Cathartes - turkey vulture and yellow-headed vultures

Celithemis - pennants

Ceresa - buffalo treehoppers

Cerion

Ceryle - kingfishers

Chauliognathus - soldier beetles

Circus - harriers

Citheronia

Cnemidophorus - whiptails

Colaptes - flickers

Coluber - racers

Columbina - ground doves

Coragyps - black vultures

Corbicula

Creseis

Crotalus - rattlesnakes

Cyanocitta - blue jays


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Danaus - Milkweed butterfles

Dasypus

Deirochelys - chicken turtles

Dendrocygna - whistling ducks

Dendroica - northern warblers - see genus Setophaga

Dermochelys - leatherback sea turtles

Didelphis - common opossums

Dipalta

Disonycha - flea beetles

Dolichovespula - social wasps of the subfamily Vespinae

Dolomedes - fishing spiders

Dryocopus - pileated woodpeckers

Dumetella - catbirds


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Eacles - royal moths

Ecpantheria

Egretta - plumed egrets

Elanoides - swallow-tailed kites

Elaphidion

Ellipsoptera - ellipsed-winged tiger beetles

Empyreuma

Enallagma - American bluets

Enodia - pearly-eyes

Epimecis

Epitheca - baskettails

Eptesicus

Erynnis - duskywings

Erythemis - pondhawks

Erythrodiplax - dragonlets

Eubalaena

Eudocimus - ibises

Eumeces - eumeces and holarctic skinks

Eumeninae - Potter and Mason Wasp subfamily

Eurema

Eurytides

Eustixia

Exoprosopa


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Falco - falcons and kestrels

Fulica - coots


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Gallinula - moorhens

Gasteracantha

Gavia - loons

Ginglymostoma

Gopherus - gopher tortoises

Grus - cranes


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Haematopus - oystercatchers

Haliaeetus - fish eagles

Harmonia

Heliconius

Hellinsia

Hemaris

Hemiargus - hemiargus

Hemidactylus - house geckos

Hermeuptychia

Heterodon - hog-nosed snakes

Himantopus - stilts

Hogna

Homaledra

Hyla - treefrogs

Hylephila


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Iguana - iguanas

Iridopsis

Ischnura - forktails


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Junonia


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Lanius - shrikes

Larus - most gulls

Lepomis

Leucauge - orchard spiders

Libellula - skimmers, corporals, whitetails

Liguus

Limosa - godwits

Lithobates - true frogs

Lontra - American river otters

Lynx - lynxes


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Mecaphesa (previously Misumenops) - flower spiders

Megalorhipida - megalorhipida

Megisto

Melanerpes - melanerpine woodpeckers

Meleagris - turkeys

Melongena - crown conchs

Mephitis - hooded skunk and striped skunk

Micrurus - coral snakes

Mimus - typical mockingbirds

Mniotilta - black-and-white warblers

Mocis

Molossus

Mycteria - wood storks


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Neocicada - new cicadas

Neoclytus - wasp mimics

Neoscona - spotted orbweavers

Nephila

Nerodia - water snakes

Notolomus - snout beetle

Nyctanassa - American night herons

Nycticorax - old world night herons


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Ocypode - ghost crabs

Ocyptamus

Odocoileus - mule and white-tailed deer

Oiketicus - bagworm moth

Omphalocera

Orgyia

Orsilochides

Orthemis - tropical king skimmers

Osteopilus - West Indian treefrogs

Otus - scops-owls and screech-owls


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Pachydiplax - blue dashers

Palpada

Pandion - osprey

Pantherophis - rat snakes

Papilio

Pasimachus - warrior beetles

Passer - Old World sparrows

Pectinatella

Pelecanus - pelicans

Periplaneta - cockroaches

Perithemis - amberwings

Peromyscus - deer mice

Peucetia

Phalacrocorax - cormorants

Phereoeca - case-bearer moths

Phidippus

Phobetron

Phoebis

Phyciodes - crescents & crescentspots

Physalia - Man o' war

Picoides - woodpeckers

Pipilo - towhees

Platalea - spoonbills

Plathemis - whitetails

Plegadis - glossy ibises

Pluvialis - golden plovers

Podiceps

Podilymbus

Poecile - chickadees

Poecilognathus

Polioptila - gnatcatchers

Polistes - paper wasps of the subfamily Polistinae

Polygonia

Pomacea - applesnails

Pontia - Checkered Whites

Porphyrio - swamphens

Porpita - porpita

Procyon

Pseudacris - chorus frogs

Pseudemys - cooters

Pterygoplichthys

Pyrgus


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Raja

Recurvirostra - avocets

Rhynchophorus

Romalea - lubber grasshoppers

Rynchops - skimmers


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Sayornis - phoebes

Sceloporus - spiny lizards

Sciurus - tree-squirrels

Seirarctia

Setophaga - redstarts and other fly-catching warblers

Sialia - bluebirds

Sigmoria  - Sigmoria millipedes

Sistrurus - pygmy rattlesnakes

Sitta - nuthatches

Spalacopsis

Spharagemon

Sphecius - cicada killers

Sphodros - purseweb spider

Sphyrapicus - sapsuckers

Spoladea

Stagmomantis

Sterna - typical terns

Stomolophus

Strangalia - flower longhorned beetles

Strix - earless owls

Sylvilagus - cottontail rabbits

Syntomeida


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Tadarida

Tamias - chipmunks

Telebasis - firetails

Terrapene - box turtles

Thamnophis - garter snakes

Thorybes - cloudywings

Thryothorus - Carolina wrens

Tibicen - dog day cicadas

Toxostoma - American thrashers

Trachemys - slider turtles

Tramea - saddlebags

Trichechus

Tringa - redshanks, yellowlegs, and relatives

Tursiops - bottlenose dolphin

Typocerus - flower longhorned beetles

Tyto - barn owls, masked owls and relatives


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Uca - fiddler crabs


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unidentifed Arctiidae - tiger moth?

unidentified Cercopidae - spittlebug

unidentified Coccinellidae genus - unknown ladybug

Unidentified leafhopper

unidentified Lepidoptera - unknown caterpillar

unidentified Muscoidea - unknown fly familly or genus

unidentified Pisauridae - unknown nursery web spider

unidentified Salpidae - unknown salp genus

unidentified Tettigoniidae - katydid

Urbanus

Uresiphita

Ursus - black bears, brown bear, and polar bear

Utetheisa

Vanessa

Vidua - indigobirds and whydahs

Vulpes - foxes

Xylocopa - large carpenter bees

Zenaida - zenaida doves