Synonyms for agassizii or Related words with agassizii

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Examples of "agassizii"
Brissus agassizii is a species of sea urchins of the Family Brissidae. Their armour is covered with spines. Brissus agassizii was first scientifically described in 1885 by Döderlein.
Abatus agassizii is a species of sea urchin of the family Schizasteridae. Their armour is covered with spines. It came from the genus Abatus and lives in the sea. Abatus agassizii was first scientifically described in 1889 by Pfeffer.
Some species in this genus, particularly "L. agassizii", may be bathypelagic.
This is a food plant for the desert tortoise ("Gopherus agassizii").
Gymnobela agassizii is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Raphitomidae.
Borsonella agassizii is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Borsoniidae.
Agatrix agassizii is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Cancellariidae, the nutmeg snails.
Felimare agassizii is a species of sea slug or dorid nudibranch, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Chromodorididae.
"G. agassizii" can be found in Atlantic waters, ranging from the coast of Massachusetts south to Tobago.
Mastigoteuthis agassizii is a species of whip-lash squid. It is the type species of the genus.
Eucratodes agassizii is a species of crabs in the family Xanthidae, the only species in the genus Eucratodes.
The aurora trout, "S. f. timagamiensis", is a subspecies native to two lakes in the Temagami District of Ontario, Canada. The silver trout, ("Salvelinus agassizii" or "S. f. agassizii"), is an extinct trout species or subspecies last seen in Dublin Pond, New Hampshire, in 1930. It is considered by fisheries biologist Robert J. Behnke as a highly specialized form of brook trout.
Apistogramma agassizii is the scientific name for the Agassiz's dwarf cichlid, a fish that occurs in many Southern tributaries of the Amazon river.
This mycoplasma species was originally isolated from a species of desert tortoise Gopherus agassizii which was named for by Louis Agassiz.
The desert tortoises ("Gopherus agassizii" and "Gopherus morafkai") are two species of tortoise native to the Mojave and Sonoran Deserts of the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico and the Sinaloan thornscrub of northwestern Mexico. "G. agassizii" is distributed in western Arizona, southeastern California, southern Nevada, and southwestern Utah. The specific name "agassizii" is in honor of Swiss-American zoologist Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz. Recently, on the basis of DNA, geographic, and behavioral differences between desert tortoises east and west of the Colorado River, it was decided that two species of desert tortoises exist: the Agassiz's desert tortoise ("Gopherus agassizii") and Morafka's desert tortoise ("Gopherus morafkai"). "G. morafkai" occurs east of the Colorado River in Arizona, as well as in the states of Sonora and Sinaloa, Mexico. This species may be a composite of two species.
Gopher tortoises are known to contract upper respiratory tract diseases (URTDs) caused by various microorganisms, including the bacterium "Mycoplasma agassizii" and iridovirus and herpes viruses. Symptoms of URTDs include serous, mucoid, or purulent discharge from the nares, excessive tearing to purulent ocular discharge, conjunctivitis, and edema of the eyelids and ocular glands. "M. agassizii" is known to exist in tortoises without showing obvious symptoms. The antibiotic enrofloxacin has been used to treat bacterial URTDs in "G. polyphemus".
The Rio skate ("Rioraja agassizii") is a shallow water skate native to the Atlantic coast of South America from Brazil to southern Argentina. It is the only member of its genus.
The Desert Tortoise Natural Area (DTNA) is a area in the western Mojave Desert, located in eastern Kern County, Southern California. It was created to protect the native Desert Tortoise ("Gopherus agassizii"), which is also the California State Reptile.
Cedar Sink area has many organisms including the "Chologaster agassizii", a spring cavefish which is endemic to Lebanon Tennessee and Mammoth Caves National Park. Other organisms include: question mark butterfly, tussock moth, red-spotted purple and red admiral.
"Forbesichthys agassizii" has dark-brown dorsals and fades to a creamy brown towards the pelvis. It feeds primarily on amphipods, such as "Gammarus troglophilus", but also preys on midge larvae and annelid worms.