Synonyms for apicata or Related words with apicata

oberthueri              distinguenda              gerstaecker              bifasciata              hampsoni              annulicornis              zerny              draudt              pictipennis              powelli              inquinata              laticornis              hypocrita              alluaudi              gibeaux              rectilineata              flavipennis              obscurata              rectilinea              leraut              costimacula              aegrota              latipennis              dohrni              dichromia              dentifera              alpheraky              distincta              strigata              distorta              brunnealis              fervida              klapperichi              wallengren              seminigra              morosa              rambur              huebneri              viidalepp              fruhstorferi              jaennicke              varipes              filicornis              flavicosta              consimilis              fumipennis              pangrapta              liturata              mecodina              violovitsh             

Examples of "apicata"
Crassispira apicata is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Pseudomelatomidae.
Darantasia apicata is a moth of the family Erebidae. It is found in New Guinea.
Megachile apicata is a species of bee in the family Megachilidae. It was described by Smith in 1853.
Species found in the United States include "C. apicata", "C. jellisoni", "C. phobifer", "C. pratti", and "C. trompe".
Nupserha apicata is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Fairmaire in 1891.
Coelioxys apicata is a species of leaf-cutting bee in the genus "Coelioxys", of the family Megachilidae.
After Apicata had borne him three children, Sejanus divorced her in the year 23, when it seemed he might need to marry his lover and co-conspirator Livilla, the wife of Drusus Julius Caesar (son of Tiberius), and a woman of higher social rank than Apicata. Drusus was a challenger to Sejanus's quest for power, but died in 23 of apparent natural causes.
According to the ancient historian Tacitus, Sejanus was also a former favourite of the wealthy Marcus Gavius Apicius, whose daughter may have been Sejanus' first wife Apicata. With Apicata, Sejanus had three children, two sons and one daughter: Strabo, Capito Aelianus and Junilla.
Eight years later, in 31, Sejanus was accused of crimes severe enough to warrant his immediate execution, and he was killed. Sejanus's three children with Apicata were to be put to death as well, so that Sejanus's line might have no more heirs. Their eldest son, Strabo, was executed six days later, after which Apicata wrote a letter to Tiberius accusing Sejanus and Livilla of having poisoned Drusus eight years earlier. Before the executions of her younger two children, Aelia Iunilla and Capito Aelianus, Apicata herself committed suicide.
Apicata was a woman of the 1st century in ancient Rome. She was married to Sejanus, friend and confidant of the Roman Emperor Tiberius.
Eublemma apicata is a species of moth of the family Erebidae. It is found in Tanzania, Malawi, Zimbabwe and South Africa .
Garaeus apicata is a moth in the family Geometridae. It is found in the north-eastern Himalaya, Burma, Sumatra, Borneo and Taiwan.
Desmiphora apicata is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Thomson in 1868. It is known from Brazil and Ecuador.
Mordellistena apicata is a beetle in the "Mordellistena" genus, which is in the Mordellidae family. It was described in 1942 by Píc.
Pryteria apicata is a moth in the family Erebidae. It was described by Schaus in 1905. It is found in French Guiana.
Mordella apicata is a species of beetle in the "Mordella" genus that is in the "Mordellidae" family, which is a part of the "Tenebrionoidea" superfamily. It was discovered in 1902.
The plant flowers in late summer. The purple flowers have yellow markings which may assist in attracting bees for pollination. Two species known to pollinate the flowers are "Melissodes apicata" and "Dufourea (Halictoides) novaeangliae".
Sejanus seduced Drusus' wife Livilla, convincing her that he loved her and went as far as to divorce his wife, Apicata. They involved Livilla's physician, Eudemus, whom they met in secret for some time. With the help of Livilla, Drusus was poisoned and died of what passed as natural causes on 14 September 23.
Hearing of the death of her children, Sejanus' former wife Apicata committed suicide. Before her death, she addressed a letter to Tiberius, accusing Sejanus and Livilla of having poisoned Drusus. Drusus' cupbearer Lygdus and Livilla's physician Eudemus were questioned and under torture confirmed Apicata's accusation.
The modern narrative of Apicata often renders her as an avenger on a treacherous husband and the woman of higher station who broke up her marriage, and possibly scheming as much as her ex-husband, especially if her accusations were not true; contemporary epigraphy suggests in her time she elicited little sympathy and was seen as treacherous herself, and tainted by association with Sejanus.