Synonyms for citrina or Related words with citrina


Examples of "citrina"
Highlight: The wintering sub-species of orange-headed ground thrush ("Zoothera citrina citrina") can be seen here.
"M. pyramidalis" can be distinguished from the similar "M. citrina" by its obscure oil glands (prominent in "M. citrina") and yellow stamen tips (dark red in "M.citrina").
Wilsonia citrina: Chipe Encapuchado, Hooded Warbler
The larvae feed on "Calendula" species and "Emilia citrina".
The larvae feed on "Cosmos" species and "Emilia citrina".
Altogether paler than "Lophocampa citrina" Sepp and without the white spot on forewing.
"Notodoris citrina" feeds on calcareous sponges belonging to the family Leucettidae.
"E. citrina" grows on trees in mixed oak-pine forests in central and southern Mexico.
It is found in the plants "Terminalia chebula", "T. citrina" and "T. catappa".
The epithet 'citrina' (lemon-yellow) refers to the color of the lip.
Huntleya citrina is a species of orchid that occurs in western Colombia and Ecuador.
Zelleria citrina is a moth of the family Yponomeutidae. It is found in Australia including Tasmania.
The stripe-tailed yellow finch ("Sicalis citrina") is a species of bird in the family Thraupidae.
Zephyranthes citrina, is a species of bulbous plant belong to the family Amaryllidaceae, native to Mexico.
Restrepia citrina is an orchid, close related to the pleurothallinids (subtribe Pleurothallidinae).
Elachista citrina is a moth of the Elachistidae family that is found in Australia.
The orange-headed thrush ("Geokichla citrina") is a bird in the thrush family.
Erbessa citrina is a moth of the family Notodontidae. It is found in Peru, Venezuela, French Guiana and Brazil.
"Goniodoris citrina" probably feeds on bryozoans or colonial ascidians, but the diet is apparently not yet determined.
Sybra citrina is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Breuning in 1950.