Synonyms for ciliatus or Related words with ciliatus

granulatus              tessellatus              cincta              confluens              ocellata              oblongus              fimbriatus              interrupta              nigripes              tenellus              velutinus              complanata              decorus              brunnescens              costatus              delicatula              rostratus              dimidiata              obtusus              caliginosa              signatus              concinnus              inflatus              cornuta              consobrina              nasuta              fenestratus              penicillata              punctulata              inconstans              helvola              parallelus              laticeps              insignis              turneri              villosus              gracilipes              denticulatus              helleri              spinifer              tuberculata              weberi              attenuatus              costata              variegatus              atrata              pulchellus              schultzei              papillosa              bifasciatus             

Examples of "ciliatus"
Leptosiphon ciliatus (syn. "Linanthus ciliatus") is a species of flowering plant in the phlox family known by the common name whiskerbrush.
"Ibacus ciliatus" was first described in 1824 by Philipp Franz von Siebold in "" ("On the Natural History of the State of Japan"), under the name ""Scyllarus ciliatus"". His holotype was deposited at the Rijksmuseum van Natuurlijke Historie in the Netherlands. It was transferred to the genus "Ibacus" in 1841 by Wilhem de Haan. A former subspecies of "I. ciliatus", ""I. ciliatus pubescens"", is now accorded the rank of full species, as "Ibacus pubescens".
Bromus ciliatus is a species of brome grass known by the common name fringed brome.
"N. ciliatus" is only known only from the State of Maranhão in Brazil.
Ibacus ciliatus is a species of slipper lobster from the north-west Pacific Ocean.
Lasianthus ciliatus is a species of plant in the Rubiaceae family. It is endemic to India.
Polyporus ciliatus is a species species of fungus in the genus Polyporus.
Ceratophyllus ciliatus is a species of flea in the family Ceratophyllidae. It was described by Baker in 1904.
Ecyrus ciliatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Chemsak and Linsley in 1975.
Ornithocephalus ciliatus is a species of orchid found from Trinidad, the Guianas, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru and Brazil.
Calathus ciliatus is a species of ground beetle from the Platyninae subfamily that is endemic to the Canary Islands.
The island "Île des Pins" is home to the crested gecko Rhacodactylus ciliatus and the world's largest gecko Rhacodactylus leachianus.
Mecynippus ciliatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Gahan in 1888.
"Ibacus ciliatus" occurs in the western Pacific Ocean from the Philippines to the Korean Peninsula and southern Japan (south of Niigata on the west coast and Tokyo Bay on the east coast). It is the only species of "Ibacus" not known to occur around the coast of Australia. "Ibacus ciliatus" lives on soft substrates at depths of , at temperatures of .
"Ibacus ciliatus" is a broad slipper lobster, with a carapace length of up to , and a total length up to . It is typically a uniform reddish brown in colour; the tail fan (uropods and telson) can be a browner or a yellower hue. "I. ciliatus" is very similar to "Ibacus pubescens", and can only be distinguished by the lack of pubescence (hairiness) on the carapace, and by the number of teeth along the edges of the carapace; in "I. ciliatus" there are typically 11 (occasionally 10 or 12), while in "I. pubescens" there are typically 12 (ranging from 11 to 14).
Stenocoptoides ciliatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae, and the only species in the genus Stenocoptoides. It was described by Breuning in 1942.
The species was first described in 1866 as "Correlophus ciliatus" by the French zoologist Alphone Guichenot in an article entitled "Notice sur un nouveau genre de sauriens de la famille des geckotiens du Muséum de Paris" ("Notes on a new species of lizard in the gecko family") in the "Mémoires de la Société Scientifique Naturelle de Chérbourg". It was later renamed "Rhacodactylus ciliatus". Recent phylogenetic analysis indicates that "R. ciliatus" and "R. sarasinorum" are not closely related to the other giant geckos, so these two species have been moved back to the genus "Correlophus".
The specific name, "ciliatus", is Latin: "cilia" means "fringe" or "eyelashes" and refers to the crest of skin over the animal's eyes that resembles eyelashes.
Scopadus ciliatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae, and the only species in the genus Scopadus. It was described by Pascoe in 1857.
The island is rich with animal life and is home to unusual creatures such as the Crested Gecko Rhacodactylus ciliatus and the world's largest gecko Rhacodactylus leachianus.