Synonyms for arcuatus or Related words with arcuatus

depressus              denticulatus              costatus              brevicornis              laticeps              schmidti              carpenteri              rostratus              browni              smithi              inconstans              parallelus              cincta              attenuatus              longicollis              granulatus              mortoni              microps              watsoni              marshalli              wilsoni              iridescens              inflatus              microdon              thomsoni              cognatus              dilatatus              ocellata              nasuta              immaculatus              minusculus              arcuata              megalops              spinifer              obtusus              fenestrata              planifrons              oweni              walkeri              angustus              delicatula              crassicornis              latifrons              consimilis              oblongus              confluens              dissimilis              setiger              alticola              aterrima             

Examples of "arcuatus"
The banded angelfish ("Apolemichthys arcuatus", syn. "Holacanthus arcuatus"), also known as the bandit angelfish and three spine angelfish, is a distinctive species fish of the Pomacanthidae family. It is endemic to deeper reefs in Hawaii and the Johnston Atoll.
"Calothamnus arcuatus" was first formally described in 2010 by Alex George from a specimen found near Enaebba. The specific epithet ("arcuatus") is a Latin word meaning "curved" referring to the curved leaves of this species.
Tibioploides arcuatus is a spider species found in Scandinavia, Russia and Estonia.
The Salokko rat ("Taeromys arcuatus") is a species of rodent in the family Muridae.
The cladogram below shows "E. arcuatus" phylogenetic position among other plesiosaurs following Benson "et al." (2012).
Tetragonoderus arcuatus is a species of beetle in the family Carabidae. It was described by Dejean in 1829.
Kupeus arcuatus is a species of beetle in the family Carabidae, the only species in the genus Kupeus.
The species name refers to the curvature of the transtilla and is derived from Latin "arcuatus" (meaning arched).
Ecyrus arcuatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Gahan in 1892.
Mecyclothorax arcuatus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Psydrinae. It was described by Liebherr in 2006.
Harpalus arcuatus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Harpalinae. It was described by Tschitscherine in 1898.
Clavulina arcuatus is a species of coral fungus in the family Clavulinaceae. Found in Cameroon, it was described in 2007.
Gillicus arcuatus was a relatively small, 2-metre long ichthyodectid fish that lived in the Western Interior Seaway, in what is now central North America, during the Late Cretaceous. Like its larger relative, "Ichthyodectes ctenodon", "G. arcuatus" had numerous small teeth lining its jaws, and ate smaller fish by sucking them into its mouth.
"Callinectes arcuatus" was described in 1863 by Albert Ordway in his monograph of the genus "Callinectes", using material collected at Cabo San Lucas.
Horseshoe kidney, also known as "ren arcuatus" (in Latin), renal fusion or super kidney, is a congenital disorder affecting about 1 in 600 people, more common in men.
Siphonochelus arcuatus is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Muricidae, the murex snails or rock snails.
The species name refers to the costa arched in the basal three-fourths in the male genitalia and is derived from Latin "arcuatus".
Callinectes arcuatus is a species of swimming crab in the genus "Callinectes" that lives along the Pacific coast of Central America.
The arcuate horseshoe bat ("Rhinolophus arcuatus") is a species of bat in the family Rhinolophidae. It is found in Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, and the Philippines.
The species name refers to the unusual, arc-shaped crease in the valva in the male genitalia and is derived from Latin "arcuatus" (meaning bent like a bow).