Synonyms for amoenum or Related words with amoenum

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Examples of "amoenum"
"Trifolium amoenum" became a federally listed endangered species in 1997. Recent conservation research on "Trifolium amoenum" has been conducted by the Bodega Marine Laboratory.
There are more than 200 maples, including 110 acer palmatum thunberg, 60 palmatum var. matsumurae, 10 acer rufinerve, acer buergerianum, acer sieboldianum miquel and acer amoenum carriere var. amoenum.
Bulbophyllum amoenum is a species of orchid in the genus "Bulbophyllum".
Macroglossum amoenum is a moth of the family Sphingidae. It is known from South-East Asia, including Indonesia and Malaysia.
I.17, "Velox amoenum saepe Lucretilem..." – An Invitation to Tyndaris to Enjoy the Delights of the Country –
There are a number of rare and endangered species in the Vacaville area. Endangered plants which have historically occurred in the vernal pool areas in and around Vacaville include "Legenre limosa", "Plagiobothrys hystriculus", "Downingia humilis", Contra Costa Goldfields ("Lasthenia conjugens"), and Showy Indian clover ("Trifolium amoenum"). To this day Trifolium amoenum can still be found in Lagoon Valley Regional Park.
Ceratosoma amoenum, or the clown nudibranch, is a species of colorful dorid nudibranch, a sea slug, a shell-less marine gastropod mollusk in the family Chromodorididae.
Following the gender rules of International Code of Zoological Nomenclature, the spelling of "Ceratosoma amoena" has been changed into "Ceratosoma amoenum"
Echium amoenum is a biennial or perennial herb indigenous to the narrow zone of northern part of Iran and Caucasus, where it grows at an altitude ranging from 60 to 2200 m. It is one of the important medicinal herbs in traditional Iranian medicine. E. amoenum have been advocated for variety of effects such as demulcent, anti-inflammatory and analgesic, especially for common cold, anxiolytic and sedative.
"Ceratosoma amoenum" is a common nudibranch found in the intertidal zones of temperate southern Australia and northern New Zealand. There have also been a few reported sightings off the coast of southern Queensland.
"Ceratosoma amoenum" is known to feed on sponges. It has been seen feeding on sponges from the genus "Semitaspongia" and the species "Dysidea fragilis". It sequesters metabolites from its prey as a defense mechanism.
Amphiblemma amoenum is a species of plant in the Melastomataceae family. It is endemic to Cameroon. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.
"Zospeum tholussum" are currently only known from the Lukina jama–Trojama cave system of Croatia. Its distribution range is within the larger distribution range of the morphologically similar "Zospeum amoenum" (which is found in caves in the Western Balkans in northern Slovenia, western Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Montenegro). Since "Zospeum" species with large inferred distribution ranges are known to actually also contain morphologically similar and unrecognized cryptic species, Weigand postulated that some early records of "Zospeum amoenum" may have actually been specimens of "Zospeum tholussum".
Edward Lee Greene collected the first recorded specimen of this plant in 1890 in Vacaville, California (in Solano County). The historical range of "Trifolium amoenum" was from the western extreme of the Sacramento Valley in Solano County west and north to Marin and Sonoma Counties, where many sites were presumed extirpated by urban and agricultural development.
By 1993 "Trifolium amoenum" was thought to be extinct, after the population in Vacaville, California depleted, but was rediscovered by Peter Connors in the form of a single plant on a site in western Sonoma County. The seeds from this single plant organism were used to grow more specimens.
The gardens were established in 1950 and contain about 4500 species from around the world, including more than 1,000 species native to Japan. They also contain representatives of 11 Japanese forest types. The gardens' maple collection includes "Acer insulare", "A. pictum (mono)", "A. japonicum", "A. sieboldianum", "A. rufinerve", "A. nipponicum", "A. pycnanthum", "A. carpinifolium" and "A. amoenum".
Trifolium amoenum, known by the common names showy Indian clover and two-fork clover, is endemic to California, and is an endangered annual herb that subsists in grassland areas of the San Francisco Bay Area and the northern California Coast Ranges.
The top of the Norian (the base of the Rhaetian) is at the first appearance of ammonite species "Cochloceras amoenum". The base of the Rheatian is also close to the first appearance of conodont species "Misikella spp." and "Epigondolella mosheri" and the radiolarid species "Proparvicingula moniliformis".
Showy Indian clover, "Trifolium amoenum", is an example of a species that was thought to be extinct, but was rediscovered in 1993 in the form of a single plant at a site in western Sonoma County. Seeds were harvested and currently grown in ex situ facilities.
The creek's headwaters area is a historic habitat for a number of rare and endangered species including Sebastopol Meadowfoam, "Limnanthes vinculans"; Showy Indian clover, "Trifolium amoenum"; and Pitkin Marsh lily, "Lilium pardolinum" ssp "pitkinese". This area also contains a closed landfill, and as of 2006, a hard rock quarry was proposed for it.