Synonyms for acicula or Related words with acicula

draparnaud              clessin              simroth              cochlodina              tandonia              laticollis              ferussaciidae              longicollis              schmidti              dilatatus              faldermann              conica              kiesenwetter              brevicornis              planorbarius              cincta              alluaudi              obtusus              grouvelle              puncticollis              costatus              sturany              cecilioides              dentifera              lubrica              bifasciata              confinis              annulipes              bourguignat              apfelbeck              umbilicata              fumosa              gyllenhal              consimilis              pygmaeum              arcuata              inconspicuus              decorus              bicarinata              distorta              perty              plicatula              pareuthria              delicatula              quadripunctatus              denticulatus              albinaria              dissimilis              grateloup              brusina             



Examples of "acicula"
Acicula are the chitinous support rods within parapodia found in the class Polychaeta.
The species "Eulimella commutata" Monterosato, 1884 is now considered by van Aartsen a synonym of "Eulimella acicula"
Acicula is a genus of very small land snails with an operculum, terrestrial gastropod mollusks in the family Aciculidae.
Acicula parcelineata is a species of small land snail with an operculum, a terrestrial gastropod mollusk in the family Aciculidae.
The fruit bodies of "Mycena acicula" are considered inedible, as they are too small and insubstantial to be considered for consumption.
Acicula hausdorfi is a species of very small land snail with an operculum. It is a terrestrial gastropod mollusk in the family Aciculidae.
Bythiospeum acicula is a species of very small freshwater snails that have an operculum, aquatic gastropod mollusks in the family Hydrobiidae.
Acicula palaestinensis is a species of very small land snail with an operculum, a terrestrial gastropod mollusk in the family Aciculidae.
The species name refers to the narrow apices of the socii/gnathos arms and is derived from Latin "acicula" or "acus" (meaning needle).
Hypatima acicula is a moth in the Gelechiidae family. It was described by Park and Ponomarenko in 1999. It is found in Thailand.
The specific epithet "acicula" is derived from the Latin word meaning "small needle". The mushroom is commonly known as the "orange bonnet", or the "coral spring Mycena".
Eulimella acicula is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Pyramidellidae, the pyrams and their allies.
Acicula norrisi is a species of land snail in the family Aciculidae. It is native to Gibraltar. Some shells were recently found on the nearby Spanish mainland, indicating that there may be several populations there, as well.
Melanella acicula is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Eulimidae. This species is one of many species known to exist within the genus, "Melanella".
Cecilioides acicula, common name the "blind snail" or "blind awlsnail", is a species of very small, air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Ferussaciidae.
The dorsal simple chaetae from chaetiger 1 are unidentate and show long marginal spines. Its ventral simple chaetae on the posterior parapodia are sigmoid, smooth and unidentate. Its acicula is solitary, with tips bent to a right angle.
It shows anterior parapodia with 3-4 compound chaetae, with short and unidentate blades. The blades of these compound chaetae possess short, marginal spines which are longer on the most dorsal chaetae. "Sphaerosyllis bardukaciculata" shows four simple chaetae on the posterior parapodia. It counts with a single acicula, bent distally to a right angle.
The shell is yellowish white with irregular light chestnut undulating longitudinal stripes, more or less intensified into revolving bands. The size of the shell varies between 1.9 mm and 6.2 mm. Compared to "Eulimella acicula", the shell of "Eulimella ventricosa" is thinner, with tumid whorls and a deeper suture. The shell is slightly striated longitudinally, with the body whorl ventricose. The columella is triplicate.
The dorsal simple chaetae from the proventricular segments are unidentate and show marginal spines. Its ventral simple chaetae on the posterior parapodia are sigmoid, smooth and unidentate. Its acicula is bent to a right angle. "Sphaerosyllis goorabantennata" does not show parapodial glands.
The dorsal simple chaetae from chaetiger 1 are unidentate and show 4 to 5 short serrations. Its ventral simple chaetae on each parapodium from about chaetiger 18 are sigmoid and smooth. Its acicula is solitary on each parapodium, having an enlarged tip which is also rounded.