Synonyms for albomarginatus or Related words with albomarginatus
Examples of "albomarginatus"
is a moth of the family Sphingidae.
The wingspan is 84–90 mm. It is similar to "Rhagastis
" but distinguishable by the almost uniform olive-green ground colour of the forewing upperside and the lack of a small black discal spot on the hindwing underside.
is a species of frog in the Phrynobatrachidae family.
The wingspan is 54–63 mm. It is very similar to "Rhagastis
dichroae" and distinguishable only by the pinkish-grey oval patch across the postmedian lines on the forewing upperside. The forewing upperside is also very similar to "Rhagastis
", but the conspicuous oval pale patch that divides the postmedian lines is pinkish-grey. The hindwing underside has a small black discal spot.
, the lesser marsh grasshopper, is a common grasshopper of European grassland both damp-marshy and (despite its name) dry, including salt-marsh and coastal habitats.
(captain fine, white-edged grouper or white-edged rockcod) is a species of fish in the Serranidae family. It is found in Mozambique and South Africa. Its natural habitats are coral reefs.
"Cephalosilurus" species originate from South America. "C.
" is found in Tukeit, Guyana. "C. apurensis" is distributed in the Rio Arichuna, Apure, Venezuela. "C. fowleri" originates from the São Francisco River basin. "C. nigricaudus" is found in the Sipaliwini District of Suriname.
" is known to occur over sand and gravel partially covered with mud, leaves and dead wood. "C. nigricaudus" occurs in pools and in the backwater of rapids and fast streams with sand, rocks, and decaying wood on the bottom; it is found together with "Bryconops caudomaculatus", "Characidium blennoides", "Pimelodella cristata", "Leporinus friderici" and "Astyanax meunieri".
The white-edged tree frog, Hypsiboas
, is a species of frog in the Hylidae family endemic to Brazil. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, rivers, freshwater marshes, intermittent freshwater marshes, rural gardens, and heavily degraded former forests.
"Cephalosilurus" species have a great range in size. "C.
" reaches 8.5 centimetres (3.3 in) SL. "C. apurensis" grows to a length of 29 cm (11 in) SL. "C. fowleri" can grow to 40 cm (16 in) TL. "C. nigricaudus" reaches a length of 35 cm (14 in) TL.
Larvae of ssp. "dichroae" have been recorded feeding on "Vernicia montana" and "Dichroa febrifuga", while the larvae of ssp. "
" feed on "Dichroa", "Hydrangea" and "Vitis" species. The larva of the nominate subspecies are green marked with pale blue as early instars. The final instar has a pale blue head. The body is dorsally yellow, grading laterally to pale grass green or bluish green, the flanks of the abdomen are crossed by long, oblique, pale blue stripes. The thorax is longitudinally striped. The horn is dark blue.
is an uncommon species of penstemon known by the common name white-margined beardtongue. It is native to the deserts of southern Nevada and western Arizona, as well as in two desert washes in the Mojave Desert in California. It is a perennial herb with several erect stems emerging from a taproot in the sand, their base buried beneath the surface. The stem branches are hairless and somewhat waxy in texture, reaching up to about 35 centimeters tall. The oppositely arranged leaves are oblong or widely lance-shaped, pale green edged in white, and up to 5 centimeters long. The inflorescence produces several purplish-pink tubular flowers between 1 and 2 centimeters long surrounded at the bases by toothed, white-edged sepals. The flower has some hairs in the mouth, but the staminode is hairless. The flowers are pollinated by vespid wasps and probably other insects, such as carabid beetles.
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