Synonyms for biguttatus or Related words with biguttatus

annulicornis              flavicornis              gerstaecker              dilatatus              laticollis              cingalensis              angustatus              alluaudi              kiesenwetter              annulipes              lameere              parallelus              grouvelle              brevicornis              ceylonicus              rambur              latipennis              denticollis              fulvicornis              luctuosus              fuscula              laemostenus              quadripunctatus              flavipennis              angulosus              binotatus              brevipennis              machimus              dohrni              decorus              bifasciata              faldermann              costatus              wehncke              ceylonica              onitis              coxalis              consimilis              distinguenda              apfelbeck              nigritarsis              confinis              peringuey              aterrima              denticulatus              bivittata              fenestrata              pallidipennis              gracilicornis              nigricornis             

Examples of "biguttatus"
A closely related species, the hornyhead chub ("N. biguttatus"), has successfully bred in captivity.
Cryptocephalus biguttatus is a species of "cylindrical leaf beetles" belonging to the family Chrysomelidae, subfamily Cryptocephalinae.
Metaxys biguttatus is a species of beetle in the family Carabidae, the only species in the genus Metaxys.
Notiophilus biguttatus is a species of ground beetle native to the Palearctic. First described by Fabricius in 1779.
Coccoderus biguttatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Martins in 1985.
Lissonotus biguttatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Dalman in 1817.
Macrocheilus biguttatus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Anthiinae. It was described by Gory in 1832.
Eutrichillus biguttatus is a species of longhorn beetles of the subfamily Lamiinae. It was described by LeConte in 1852.
"P. biguttatus" is endemic to tropical Africa; it is found in countries such as Senegal, Gambia, Guinea, Mali, Ivory Coast, Togo, Benin, Niger,
Notomulciber biguttatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Francis Polkinghorne Pascoe in 1867. It is known from Borneo and Malaysia.
The hornyhead chub, "Nocomis biguttatus", is a small species of minnow in the Cypriniformes Order (Cyprinidae family). It mainly inhabits small rivers and streams of the northern central USA, up into Canada. The adults inhabit faster, rocky pools of rivers.
Lutjanus biguttatus, commonly known as the two-spot banded snapper, is a marine fish native to the western Pacific and Indian Oceans, from the Maldives to the Philippines, Solomon Islands and northern Australia.
Cephalotes biguttatus is a species of arboreal ant of the genus "Cephalotes", characterized by an odd shaped head and the ability to "parachute" by steering their fall if they drop off of the tree they're on. Giving their name also as gliding ants.
In some instances, the disease is accompanied by insects attacking the trees, too, particularly the oak splendour beetle, ("Agrilus biguttatus"). These are not thought to be the cause of the disease, but rather they are opportunistically taking advantage of already weakened trees; such infestations further weaken and can hasten the death of trees.
Most of the zoo's invertebrates are found in the Monsanto Insectarium. Represented species include leafcutter ant, flower mantis, Vietnamese walking stick, Atlas beetle, American burying beetle, sunburst diving beetle, water scorpion, brown widow spider, brown recluse spider, yellow garden spiders, "Platymeris biguttatus", cobalt blue tarantula, Texas brown tarantula, and Egyptian fattail scorpion.
Boho caves are the seventh longest cave passage system in Northern Ireland and have been designated as an ASSI. They are the only example of a joint-controlled maze cave in Northern Ireland. They also contain the only Irish modern-day record of the cave-dwelling water beetle (Agapus biguttatus).
Agrilus biguttatus is a species of beetle in the family Buprestidae, the jewel beetles. Common names include oak splendour beetle, oak buprestid beetle, and two spotted oak borer. It is native to Europe, North Africa, and Siberia. This beetle is known as a pest that causes damage to oak trees and is a factor in oak decline.
Platymeris biguttatus or Two-spotted assassin bug is a venomous predatory true bug of west and southwest African origin ranging in size from 10–40 mm. As a true bug of the order hemiptera, it has needle like mouth parts designed for sucking juices out of plants or other insects instead of chewing. " P. biguttatus" has sharp stylets in its proboscis or rostrum used to pierce the exoskeleton of its prey. Saliva is then injected into the prey which liquifies its tissues,and the rostrum is then used to suck out the digested fluids. If disturbed, it is capable of a defensive bite considered to be more painful than a bee sting. It is also known to spit venom that can cause temporary blindness in humans.
The western corsair, scientific name Rasahus thoracicus, is a variety of assassin bug and is one of the two species of "two spotted corsairs", the other being "Rasahus biguttatus". The adults have an orange and black body and an orange spot on each wing. They feed primarily on other insects and after dark are attracted to bright lights (where prey are ample). Unlike most of the other assassin bugs, the bite of the western corsair can be extremely painful.
Hornyhead chubs spawn from May through June. They become sexually mature at 2 to 3 years of age. Males build a cup shaped depression that they build up with pebbles that can be as large as 1–3 feet across and 6-8 inches high. Eggs and sperm are deposited in depressions in the nests and covered with gravel. Males defend the nest mounds from other "N. biguttatus" males but not other species. Other species take advantage of this defense and spawn in the nest mounds. The result of this is sometimes accidental hybridization. The same male may spawn with several females.