Synonyms for calcaratus or Related words with calcaratus

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Examples of "calcaratus"
Phrynobatrachus calcaratus, the Boutry River frog, is a species of frog in the Phrynobatrachidae family.
Lonchocarpus calcaratus is a species of legume in the Fabaceae family.
Pristimantis calcaratus is a species of frog in the family Craugastoridae.
"Syagrus calcaratus" is a pest of cotton. The larvae attack the roots of the plant and cause it to wilt.
Habronattus calcaratus is a species of jumping spiders from a Salticidae family, that can be found in the United States.
Eupsophus calcaratus (common name: Chiloe Island ground frog) is a species of frog in the Alsodidae family.
Syagrus is a genus of leaf beetles (family Chrysomelidae) in the subfamily Eumolpinae. They are often attracted by plants in the family Malvaceae; "Syagrus rugifrons" and "Syagrus calcaratus" are pests of cotton. The larvae of "Syagrus calcaratus" attack the roots of the plant and cause it to wilt.
Trochus calcaratus, common name the actor top shell, is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Trochidae, the top snails.
The spurred roundleaf bat ("Hipposideros calcaratus") is a species of bat in the family Hipposideridae. It is found in Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands.
Syagrus calcaratus is a species of leaf beetle from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Senegal, described by Johan Christian Fabricius in 1775.
"Leptopelis calcaratus" was described by the Belgian-British zoologist George Albert Boulenger in 1906 based on a specimen collected from "Efulen" in Cameroon (holotype), with additional specimens from "Cape St. John and the Rio Benito District" in Equatorial Guinea; he had previously identified the latter as "Leptopelis rufus". Subspecies "Leptopelis calcaratus meridionalis" from south of the Congo River was described by Raymond Laurent in 1973.
"Phyllobius glaucus" is common and widespread in Europe. A single specimen of "P. glaucus" (under the name "P. calcaratus") has been recorded from Canada, but this is thought to be an error.
It is found in buckwheat groats, in the red bean (the seed of "Vigna umbellata", formerly known as "Phaseolus calcaratus"), in barley ("Hordeum vulgare" L.) and malt. (−)-Catechin 7-O-β-d-glucopyranoside is found in rhubarb.
The numerous lirae of the base separate this form from "Trochus calcaratus" , with which it agrees in the perforated or fistulose spines. These are sometimes subobsolete, and frequently solid on the body whorl.
The larvae feed on "Cajanus cajan", "Dolichos" species, "Glycine max", "Kummerovia striana", "Lespedeza cyrtobotrya", "Phaseolus calcaratus", "Phaseolus mungo", "Pueraria candollei", "Soya hispida", "Vigna angularis", "Vigna mungo" and "Vigna umbellata". They mine the leaves of their host plant.
Alydus calcaratus is a true bug with a Holarctic distribution ranging from the British Isles almost all over Europe to east Yakutia and China. Moreover, the species also in northern North America from Alaska and Québec across the United States to Wyoming. It is the only species in the family in northern Central Europe outside of the Alps.
Troschel's tree frog or the convict tree frog, Hypsiboas calcaratus, is a species of frog in the Hylidae family found in Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, and Venezuela. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and rivers. It is threatened by habitat loss.
The Efulen forest tree frog, "Leptopelis calcaratus", is a species of frog in the family Arthroleptidae. It is found in southeastern Nigeria, Cameroon, the southwestern Central African Republic, Equatorial Guinea (including the island of Bioko), Gabon, the Republic of the Congo, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
"Eupsophus calcaratus" are moderate-sized frogs measuring in snout–vent length. Head is wider than long and snout is rounded. Skin is only slightly granulated but has many spots and reticulated pattern. The colouration is highly variable, but it usually has a characteristic, hourglass-shaped pattern in its head.
Boophis calcaratus (sometimes called the bright-eyed frog) is a species of treefrog found in Madagascar. It has large tubercles on its heels, especially noticeable in females, that distinguish it from most other "Boophis" species; it is distinguished among the tubercle-bearing "Boophis" by the lack of webbing on its hands.