Synonyms for auriculatus or Related words with auriculatus

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Examples of "auriculatus"
Camponotus auriculatus is a species of carpenter ant (genus "Camponotus"). It is found in Sri Lanka.
Most "C. auriculatus" teeth come from South Carolina. However, many Eocene shark teeth are known from Khouribga Plateau, in Morocco.
"Carcharocles auriculatus" is the second most primitive known member of the genus "Carcharocles", second only to "Carcharocles aksuaticus".
Dyschirius auriculatus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Scaritinae. It was described by Wollaston in 1867.
"Modiolus auriculatus" has been suggested as a biological indicator used to monitor marine pollution in tropical waters.
Geodorcus auriculatus is a large flightless stag beetle that is found in the southern part of the Coromandel Peninsula and on Mount Te Aroha in the Kaimai range.
"Phrynopus" are small to medium-sized frogs, from snout–vent length in "Phrynopus auriculatus" to in "Phrynopus kauneorum". Head is narrower than the body. Differentiated tympanic membrane and tympanic annulus are usually absent, except in "Phrynopus auriculatus" and "Phrynopus peruanus", two basal species. Dorsum is smooth to pustulate. Venter is smooth or
In 1964, shark expert, L. S. Glikman recognized the transition of "Otodus obliquus" to "C. auriculatus" and moved "C. angustidens" to genus "Otodus". (See "external links" below)
The species name refers to the shape of the cucullus in the male genitalia and is derived from Latin "auriculatus" (meaning auriculate).
Males tend to be stockier than females with the exception of "R. auriculatus" in which species the males are much slimmer than the females.
Alpenus auriculatus is a moth of the family Erebidae. It was described by Watson in 1989. It is found in South Africa.
"Geodorcus auriculatus" is found from Manaia on the western side of the Coromandel Peninsula to Mount Te Aroha in the Kaimai range, south of the Coromandel. They can be found from near sea level to 950m on Mount Te Aroha.
Artedielloides auriculatus is a species of sculpin known from Peter the Great Bay where it occurs at depths of from . This species grows to a length of TL. This species is the only known member of its genus.
The brown rockfish ("Sebastes auriculatus"), whose other names include brown seaperch, chocolate bass, brown bass, and brown bomber, is a species of ray-finned fish in the family Sebastidae.
It is common to find "Desmognathus auriculatus" (southern dusky salamanders) and "Pseudotriton montanus" (mud salamanders) in the same environments. Predators of the "Stereochilus marginatus" may include larger aquatic fauna or insects.
Parasenecio is a genus of flowering plants in the groundsel tribe within the sunflower family. Most of the species are Asian, but one "(P. auriculatus)" occurs the Aleutian Islands in Alaska.
Phrynopus auriculatus is a species of frog in the Craugastoridae family. It is endemic to Peru and only known from its type locality near Oxapampa, Pasco, at asl. It inhabits humid montane forests.
As one species evolves into another, its teeth may become difficult to classify, exhibiting characteristics of both species. For example, teeth from "Carcharocles auriculatus" as it evolved into "C. angustidens", are difficult to definitively identify as coming from either species.
The southern dusky salamander ("Desmognathus auriculatus") is a species of salamander native to the coastal regions of the southeastern United States, from Virginia to Texas. Older sources often refer to it as the eared triton.
Eleutherodactylus auriculatus is a species of frog in the Eleutherodactylidae family endemic to Cuba. It is a widespread species that also occurs on the Isla de Juventud. It is found from sea level to asl.