Synonyms for binotatus or Related words with binotatus

confinis              flavicornis              signatus              angustatus              consobrina              brevicornis              laticollis              parallelus              brevipennis              atrata              reducta              nigriventris              cincta              lineolata              consimilis              pallidipennis              conspersa              gyllenhal              ruficornis              costatus              arcuata              bifasciata              nitidula              aurulenta              nigripes              inconstans              puncticollis              denticollis              hilaris              biguttatus              denticulatus              bifasciatus              kiesenwetter              schmidti              interrupta              brunnescens              helleri              fumosa              bivittata              apicalis              bilineatus              foveolatus              fulvipes              convexus              ocellata              rufipes              distinctus              bruchi              depressus              distinguenda             



Examples of "binotatus"
"Stenotus binotatus" was originally described under the name "Lygaeus binotatus" by Johan Christian Fabricius in 1794. The genus "Stenotus" was erected by Wassily Ewgrafowitsch Jakowlew (also transcribed as "Jakovlev") in 1877, and "S. binotatus" was designated its type species.
The larvae are ectoparasites of "Ommatissus binotatus".
The wheat grain does not show a pale area or puncture mark after attack by "S. binotatus", in contrast to other bugs. Instead, the grains appear collapsed. Wheat grains from known bug infestation in New Zealand do not resemble those produced by "S. binotatus", and SDS-PAGE patterns also suggest that "S. binotatus" was not the cause of infestations.
Nemacheilus binotatus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus "Nemacheilus".
The two-spot lizardfish (Synodus binotatus) is a species of lizardfish that lives mainly in the Indo-Pacific Ocean.
Macrocheilus binotatus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Anthiinae. It was described by Andrewes in 1931.
"S. binotatus" is known by various common names, including "two-spotted plant bug", "timothy plant bug", and "slender crop mirid".
Adetus binotatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Thomson in 1868.
"Stenotus binotatus" produces an enzyme which degrades the gluten in the grasses it feeds on. These enzymes are believed to be responsible for the characteristic "sticky dough" produced from wheat which has been attacked by plant bugs such as "S. binotatus".
Fungus beetle species known to inhabit and rear their young in the fruit bodies of "Hapalopilus nidulans" include "Sulcacis affinis", "Hallomenus axillaris", "H. binotatus", and "Orchesia fasciata".
Ctenochaetus binotatus, commonly known as the Twospot surgeonfish, is a tang fish native to the Indo-Pacific region, excluding the Red Sea, Hawaii and the Marquesan Islands.
Haddadus binotatus (common name: clay robber frog) is a species of frog in the Craugastoridae family. It is endemic to Brazil.
Euthyastus binotatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae, and the only species in the genus Euthyastus. It was described by Pascoe in 1866.
Ablabys binotatus, or the redskinfish, is a waspfish of the genus Ablabys native to the Indian Ocean. Its name is derived from the Greek word meaning "harmless".
"Haddadus" are small to medium-sized frogs with head narrower than body. They range in size from (snout–vent length) in only known specimen of "Haddadus plicifer" to in females of "Haddadus binotatus".
Suphisellus binotatus is a species of burrowing water beetle in the subfamily Noterinae. It was described by Fleutiaux & Sallé in 1890 and is found in Cuba, the Dominican Republic and Guadeloupe.
Barbodes binotatus, commonly known as the spotted barb or common barb, is a tropical species of cyprinid fish native to Southeast Asia. It has also become established as an exotic species in Palau and Singapore.
"Haddadus binotatus" is a very common frog. It inhabits primary and secondary forests and forest edges. It is usually found in the leaf-litter on the forest floor, or on leaves in low vegetation inside the forest.
The second intermediate host include freshwater fish: "Cyclocheilichthys repasson", goldfish "Carassius auratus", "Cyprinus carpio", "Gambusia affinis", "Hampala dispar", "Labiobarbus leptocheilus", "Puntius binotatus", "Puntius brevis", "Puntius gonionotus", "Puntius orphoides", "Barbodes palata", "Pseudorasbora parva", "Rhodeus ocellatus", "Zacco platypus", "Raiamas guttatus", "Mystacoleucus marginatus", and Siamese mud carp "Henicorhynchus siamensis".
"S. binotatus" is native to Europe but has been introduced to temperate regions around the world. It is common "throughout the northern and central U.S. and southern Canada", and it has been introduced to New Zealand, where it now found almost throughout the country.