Synonyms for cognatus or Related words with cognatus

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Examples of "cognatus"
Mollicarpus is a fungal genus in the family Polyporaceae. It was circumscribed in 1984 by mycologist Walter Ginns to contain the species "Mollicarpus cognatus". This fungus was first described by Miles Joseph Berkeley in 1877 as "Trametes cognatus". "Mollicarpus cognatus" has short, broadly ellipsoid spores, and cyanophilous binding hyphae that are usually dextrinoid. These features are not present in members of the similar genus "Coriolopsis". "Mollicarpus cognatus" is known only from southeast Asia, where it grows on rotting wood.
Mirosternus cognatus is a beetle species in the family Anobiidae.
The species name is derived from Latin "cognatus" (meaning related).
Mogrus cognatus is a jumping spider that lives in Yemen.
"Amphidromus cognatus" has only been found in a restricted geographic range in Australia's Northern Territory.
Paragomphus cognatus (Rock Hooktail) is a species of dragonfly in the family Gomphidae.
Amphidromus cognatus (cognate land snail) is a large camaenid land snail endemic to Australia.
Anisopodus cognatus is a species of beetle in the Cerambycidae family that was described by Bates in 1863.
Clanculus cognatus is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Trochidae, the top snails.
Calathus cognatus is a species of ground beetle from the Platyninae subfamily that is endemic to the Canary Islands.
Mecyclothorax cognatus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Psydrinae. It was described by Sharp in 1903.
Lankadesmus cognatus is a species of millipedes in the family Fuhrmannodesmidae. It is endemic to Sri Lanka.
Common amphibians include New Mexico spadefoot toad ("Spea multiplicata"), Great Plains toad ("Bufo cognatus"), green toad ("Bufo debilis"), and red-spotted toad ("Bufo punctatus").
The only mammals that live there were introduced by man like the Polynesian rat ("Rattus exulans") and bats "Dobsonia inermis", "Pteropus cognatus", "Emballonura nigrescens" and "Aselliscus tricuspidatus".
Cataloipus cognatus is a species of grasshoppers in the family Acrididae. It is found in Asia (India, Pakistan) and Africa (Mozambique, Zimbabwe, South Africa).
The name blue-throated toucanet is also used as an alternate name for the Blue-banded toucanet. Although not accepted by some authorities, the blue-throated toucanet was split from the emerald toucanet to form a separate species. The Violet-throated toucanet was formerly considered as a separate species ("A. cognatus") until lumped as a subspecies of the blue-throated toucanet in 2016. A potential problem relates to the distribution limit between "A. c. cognatus" and "A. c. caeruleogularis" in Panama. Although the reason for this treatment is unclear, the population in central Panama has been placed in "A. c. caeruleogularis", which limits "A. c. cognatus" to extreme eastern Panama and adjacent Colombia. However, according to George Angehr, author of "The Birds of Panama", it is possible that toucanets from central Panama actually are closer to "A. c. cognatus".
In linguistics, cognates are words that have a common etymological origin. In etymology, the "cognate" category excludes doublets and loanwords. The word "cognate" derives from the Latin noun "cognatus", which means "blood relative".
The Great Plains toad ("Anaxyrus cognatus") is a relatively large species of true toad. It ranges from southern Alberta, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan throughout the midwest United States and the inland western United States into northern Mexico.
The Andaman horseshoe bat ("Rhinolophus cognatus") is a species of bat in the family Rhinolophidae. It is endemic to India. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests, subtropical or tropical mangrove forests, and subtropical or tropical swamps.
The Makira flying fox ("Pteropus cognatus") is a species of megabat in the "Pteropus" genus, found in the Solomon Islands. The species is currently decreasing and is endangered due to threats from logging and hunting.