Synonyms for concinnus or Related words with concinnus

cincta              caliginosa              delicatula              conspersa              septentrionalis              arcuata              costatus              cinerascens              sabulosa              interrupta              turneri              propinqua              confinis              taeniata              parallelus              strigata              consobrina              marshalli              reducta              granulatus              curvipes              ciliatus              dimidiata              ocellata              depressus              tessellatus              distinctus              fenestrata              kiesenwetter              helenae              atrata              pygmaea              cancellata              oblongus              bifasciata              perplexa              decorus              congoensis              attenuatus              eximia              dissimilis              nigripes              excisa              schultzei              striolatus              inconstans              alticola              rufipes              calcaratus              signatus             

Examples of "concinnus"
Anoplius concinnus is a widespread Eurasian species of spider wasp.
The Philippine pygmy squirrel ("Exilisciurus concinnus") is a species of rodent in the family Sciuridae.
Tritonoturris concinnus is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Raphitomidae.
The prey of "A. concinnus" consist of spiders of the family Lycosidae.
Genus "Pseudips" contains three species transferred from "Ips" in 2000: "P. concinnus", "P. mexicanus", and "P. orientalis".
Erigeron concinnus (Navajo fleabane, tidy fleabane or hairy daisy) is a perennial flowering plant in the daisy family.
Eurytrochus concinnus is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Trochidae, the top snails.
Echeclus is a genus of the spider family Salticidae (jumping spiders). Its only described species, "E. concinnus", is endemic to Malaysia.
Murex concinnus is a species of large predatory sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Muricidae, the rock snails or murex snails.
Chalk-grassland bryophytes found here include the liverwort "Leiocolea turbinata" and the mosses "Ctenidium molluscum", "Dicranella varia", "Weissia microstoma" and "Entodon concinnus".
The black-throated bushtit ("Aegithalos concinnus"), also known as the black-throated tit, is a very small passerine bird in the family Aegithalidae.
Encephalartos concinnus is a species of cycad in the family Zamiaceae. It is endemic to Zimbabwe. It is known as the Runde cycad.
Nassarius concinnus is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Nassariidae, the Nassa mud snails or dog whelks.
Palaemon capensis is a species of shrimp of the family Palaemonidae. "Palaemon concinnus" is found throughout the Pacific Ocean and Mozambique.
Xylodromus concinnus is a species of rove beetle in the Omaliinae subfamily, that can be found everywhere in Europe, the Near East, and Australia.
Cantharellus concinnus is a species of fungus in the genus "Cantharellus". It is found in Australia, where it fruits in groups or clusters on the ground in mixed forests of "Casuarina" and "Eucalyptus".
Megabalanus concinnus is a species of barnacle in the family Balanidae. The species is harmless to humans and can be found in New Zealand and Argentina. It was described by Charles Darwin in 1854.
Like the Red-spotted garter snake (T.s. concinnus) juvenile T.s. infernalis are born with faint colors, which grow increasingly brighter as the snake matures and sheds. Most juveniles are born yellow and become successively more blue as the snake matures.
Macropanax concinnus is a species of plant in the Araliaceae family. It is a tree endemic to Java in Indonesia. It is a vulnerable species threatened by habitat loss.
Lautarus concinnus is a species of longhorn beetle in the Cerambycinae subfamily, and the only species in the genus Lautarus. It was described by Philippi and Philippi in 1859. It is known from Chile and southern Argentina.