Synonyms for areolata or Related words with areolata

cincta              cancellata              bifurcata              fenestrata              costatus              obesa              consobrina              ceylanica              decorus              oblongus              helvola              sabulosa              lamellosa              pallidula              picturata              atrata              nodulosa              sylvicola              caliginosa              complanata              powelli              irregularis              delicatula              bispinosa              denticulatus              interrupta              arcuata              dilatata              schomburgkii              angustata              fenestratus              confinis              coronatum              consimilis              longispina              latipennis              gracilipes              ciliatus              constricta              brunnescens              disjuncta              abbreviata              hyalina              inconstans              albomaculata              strigata              angulosa              confluens              virginea              oblita             

Examples of "areolata"
Coprosma areolata, commonly called thin-leaved coprosma, is a shrub that is native to New Zealand. "C. areolata" grows in wet, lowland forest and can also grow in exposed places. Coprosma is from the Greek kopros 'dung' and osme 'smell', referring to the foul smell of the species, literally 'dung smell'. And areolata is netted, with a network pattern between the veins.
The two subspecies of crawfish frog ("R. areolata") are:
Babylonia areolata is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Babyloniidae.
Dioptis areolata is a moth of the family Notodontidae. It is found in Brazil and Venezuela.
Skenea areolata is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Skeneidae.
Staurothele areolata is blackish-brown a western North America crustose lichen in the Verrucariaceae family.
The larvae feed on "Woodwardia areolata". They roll the tips of the leaves, forming a round cocoon.
Tyndarimorpha areolata is a species of beetles in the family Buprestidae, the only species in the genus Tyndarimorpha.
Tanea areolata is a species of predatory sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Naticidae, the moon snails.
Trichilia areolata is a species of plant in the Meliaceae family. It is endemic to Brazil. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Acacia areolata is a shrub belonging to the genus "Acacia" and the subgenus "Juliflorae". It is native to an area of the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Oxymeris areolata, common name : the Dark-spotted Auger, is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Terebridae, the auger snails.
Amblesthidopsis areolata is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae, and the only species in the genus Amblesthidopsis. It was described by Aurivillius in 1921.
It was previously considered a subspecies of "Doriopsilla areolata" Bergh, 1880 by Valdés & Ortea (1997), but Valdés & Hamann (2008) confirmed that it is a distinct species.
Amylostereum areolatum is a species of crust fungus. Originally called "Thelephora areolata" in 1828, it was given its current name by French mycologist Jacques Boidin in 1958.
Diospyros areolata is a tree in the Ebenaceae family. It grows up to tall. Twigs are reddish brown when young. Inflorescences usually bear three flowers. The fruits are round, up to in diameter. The specific epithet "" is from the Latin meaning "net-like", referring to the leaf veins. Habitat is lowland mixed dipterocarp and swamp forests. "D. areolata" is found in Peninsular Thailand, Sumatra, Peninsular Malaysia, Java and Borneo.
The furrowed wood turtle ("Rhinoclemmys areolata") is a species of turtle belonging to the "Rhinoclemmys" genus of the family Geoemydidae found in the Yucatán Peninsula and adjacent regions of Central America.
Woodwardia areolata (netted chain fern) is a species of fern native to eastern North America. It is usually treated in the genus "Woodwardia", in the eupolypods II clade of the order Polypodiales, in the class Polypodiopsida. It is sometimes transferred to the monotypic genus "Lorinseria" as "Lorinseria areolata" (L.) C.Presl, on the basis of its anastamosing veins and lobed frond form, as well as its more marked frond dimorphism; however, the genus name "Lorinseria" is invalid, being an orthographical variant of "Lorinsera" Opiz ("Flora of North America").
The Florida mouse is an omnivore and its diet consists of acorns when available, insects, seeds, nuts, fungi, and other plant material and vertebrates. A 1987 report indicates the mouse feeds on engorged ticks ("Ornithodorus turicata americanus") that parasitize gopher frogs ("Rana areolata") and gopher tortoises.
"Manicina areolata" is found in the Caribbean Sea, the Bahamas and Florida. The massive form is found on reefs attached to rocks but the unattached form is found on areas of broken coral fragments and on sandy or muddy substrates including lagoons and turtle grass ("Thalassia testudinum") meadows. The depth range of this coral is from 1 to 65 metres (200 feet).