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The word capitata comes from the Latin capitatus, meaning "having a head". It may refer to:
- Capitata (Hydrozoa), a suborder of Anthomedusae
- Capitata Group, a cultivar group of the species Brassica oleracea, containing the cabbages
- Several species with the epithet capitata:
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