Synonyms for calcarata or Related words with calcarata

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Examples of "calcarata"
The only known host is the lizard "Kentropyx calcarata"
S. calcarata could refer to one of the following species:
Known hosts are the lizards "Ameiva ameiva" and "Kentropyx calcarata".
The only known vertebrate host is the lizard "Kentropyx calcarata"
The only known host is the teiid lizard "Kentropyx calcarata".
Scopula calcarata is a moth of the family Geometridae. It is found in Malawi and Uganda.
Calliotropis calcarata is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Calliotropidae.
"E. calcarata" are vegetarians, consuming forest leaves including eucalyptus, ficus, bramble, raspberry, rose, and guava.
"Kentropyx calcarata" specimens are sometimes plagued by the parasitic protist, "Plasmodium lepidoptiformis".
Rollinia calcarata is a species of plant in the Annonaceae family. It is endemic to Brazil.
Scaphiophryne calcarata, Moquard's Burrowing Frog, is a species of frog in the Microhylidae family.
Scolopendra calcarata is a species of centipede in the family Scolopendridae discovered in 1876.
Artelida calcarata is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Fairmaire in 1905.
Stenodema calcarata is a species of bug from Miridae family, that can be found in Central, and Western Europe.
The larvae feed on the leaves of various low-growing plants, including "Erophila verna" and "Viola calcarata".
Kentropyx calcarata, commonly known as the striped forest whiptail, is a species of lizard endemic to South America.
The Colombian horned frog or Venezuelan horned frog ("Ceratophrys calcarata") is a species of frog in the Ceratophryidae family.
Saperda calcarata is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Say in 1824.
Orcynia is a genus of moths in the family Arctiidae. It contains the single species Orcynia calcarata, which is found in the Amazon region, including French Guiana.
Walshia calcarata is a moth in the Cosmopterigidae family. It was described by Walsingham in 1909. It is found in Mexico.