Synonyms for antarcticus or Related words with antarcticus

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Examples of "antarcticus"
There are three subspecies: "Alaskozetes antarcticus antarcticus", "Alaskozetes antarcticus grandjeani", and "Alaskozetes antarcticus intermedius".
"Megadromus antarcticus" is considered a generalist predator. This allows Megadromus antarcticus to feed on variety of different insects and larvae that live in habitats similar to its own.
The Antarctic springtail, Cryptopygus antarcticus, is a species of springtail native to Antarctica  and Australia. "Cryptopygus antarcticus" average long and weigh only a few micrograms.
Brisaster antarcticus is a species of sea urchins of the Family Schizasteridae. Their armour is covered with spines. Brisaster antarcticus was first scientifically described in 1906 by Döderlein.
"Megadromus antarcticus" is a generalist predator so can be successful in variety of different habitats. A very common habitat for "Megadromus antarcticus" to be sighted is in home gardens. Other common "Megadromus antarcticus" habitats include urban areas, agricultural areas, native forests and exotic forests. They are also frequently been found amongst grassland log sites.
"H. antarcticus" is occasionally eaten by the fish "Notothenia rossii".
Fish were present, including one of the first frilled sharks, "Chlamydoselachus thomsoni". Other marine vertebrates included the small mosasaur "Taniwhasaurus antarcticus", previously known as "Lakumasaurus antarcticus". The close relation of "T. antarcticus" to other species of "Taniwhasaurus" found in New Zealand and Patagonia provides evidence for a Gondwanan endemism.
The fruit are eaten by the topknot pigeon ("Lopholaimus antarcticus").
"Megadromus antarcticus" is an endemic New Zealand species.
Lindquistomyces is a fungal genus in the family Amphisphaeriaceae. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Lindquistomyces antarcticus. This species was originally described as "Ophiobolus antarcticus" by Carlos Luigi Spegazzini in 1887.
The United States Food and Drug Administration lists the centolla crab and southern king crab as two separate species: "Lithodes antarcticus" and "Lithodes santolla" respectively. Other sources consider "Lithodes antarcticus" to be a synonym of "Lithodes santolla".
Megadromus antarcticus, also known as the “Alexander beetle”, is a member of the Carabidae (ground beetle) family and only found in the Canterbury region of New Zealand. "Megadromus antarcticus" are easily recognized by their iridescent green coloration.
Rhodoferax antarcticus is a psychrophilic, phototrophic, nonsulfur, highly motile bacterium from the genus "Rhodoferax", which was isolated from an Antarctic microbial mat in Ross Island. "R. antarcticus" is the first Betaproteobacteria to have its genome sequenced.
Acutuncus antarcticus lives in Antarctica, and South Georgia Island and the South Sandwich Islands.
"Megadromus antarcticus" size can range in length from 22mm to 34mm.
Haliclystus antarcticus is a stalked jellyfish which lives on rocky shore lines in the Southern hemisphere.
Lycodichthys antarcticus is a species of fish of the Zoarcidae family.
Cambrian monoplacophoran "Knightoconus antarcticus" is thought to be an ancestor to the cephalopods.
"Megadromus antarcticus" is a member of the Adephaga suborder which is morphologically defined by the presence of liquid feeding mouth parts as larvae and once matured, has six abdominal ventrites and pygidial glands. Adephaga such as "Megadromus antarcticus" are also characterized by being well-proportioned with prominent mandibles, long slender legs and straight elyra. Adephaga are cursorial beetles which means they are adapted specifically for running. "Megadromus antarcticus" is considered black - greenish with the brims of the pronotum and elytra a metallic green colour. This colouring gives "Megadromus antarcticus" a fascinating appearance which has also been referred to as iridescent green.
Acutuncus is a genus of tardigrades containing a single species, Acutuncus antarcticus.