Synonyms for amoena or Related words with amoena

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Examples of "amoena"
"Rubramoena amoena" feeds on hydroids of the genus "Halecium".
"Caladenia amoena" was first formally described by David L. Jones in 1994 and the description was published in "Muelleria". The specific epithet (amoena) is a Latin word meaning "pleasant" or "delightful".
Clarkia amoena (farewell to spring or godetia; syn. "Godetia amoena") is a flowering plant native to western North America, found in coastal hills and mountains from British Columbia south to the San Francisco Bay Area.
Rogiera is a genus of flowering plants in the family Rubiaceae. It has 15 species. "Rogiera amoena", "Rogiera cordata", and "Rogiera gratissima" are cultivated as ornamentals. The type species for the genus is "Rogiera amoena".
Nepotilla amoena is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Raphitomidae.
Junodia amoena is a species of praying mantis found in Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, and Tanzania.
Byrsia amoena is a moth of the family Erebidae. It is found on the Solomon Islands.
The notion that "Griphobilharzia amoena" is the only schistosome found in a cold-blooded animal (crocodile), leads to the hypothesis that perhaps "Griphobilharzia amoena" and other schistosomes are based in ectothermic archosaurs. It was also predicted that since "Griphobilharzia amoena" originated in ectotherms and then inhabited endothermic avian species, which is where they exist today. Brant and Loker used endothermy as a key factor in the diversification of schistosomes. However, upon analysis it was discovered that "Griphobilharzia amoena" is actually more closely related to spirorchiids from freshwater turtles rather than to schistosomes.
Dichagyris amoena is a moth of the Noctuidae family. It is found in Turkey and Israel.
The larvae feed on "Hedysarum ussuriense", "Lupinus" species and "Vicia amoena".
The lazuli bunting ("Passerina amoena") is a North American songbird named for the gemstone lapis lazuli.
Dasumia amoena is a spider species found in Eastern Europe and Russia.
Eulyes amoena is a species of true assassin bugs belonging to the family Reduviidae.
Anatoma amoena is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Anatomidae.
"Chelidonura amoena" is widespread throughout the tropical waters of the central area of Indo-Pacific region.
Hastulopsis amoena is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Terebridae, the auger snails.
Rubramoena amoena is a species of sea slug, an aeolid nudibranch, a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Fionidae.
Megachile amoena is a species of bee in the family Megachilidae. It was described by Pasteels in 1965.
Eugenia amoena is a species of plant in the Myrtaceae family. It is endemic to Sri Lanka.
"Griphobilharzia amoena" are dioecious and are found in the circulatory system of their definitive host, "Crocodylus johnstoni".