Synonyms for confinis or Related words with confinis

consobrina              laticollis              kiesenwetter              consimilis              reducta              puncticollis              arcuata              conspersa              sabulosa              bifasciata              binotatus              flavicornis              cincta              calcaratus              excisa              interrupta              clavicornis              brevipennis              fumosa              caliginosa              perty              alluaudi              faldermann              albomaculata              schultzei              gyllenhal              ruficornis              delicatula              distinguenda              strigata              perplexa              atrata              costatus              helenae              parallelus              gerstaecker              fuscula              angustatus              turneri              distinctus              flavipennis              insolita              fulvicornis              dentifera              signatus              fenestratus              concava              involuta              politus              taeniata             



Examples of "confinis"
Helina confinis is a fly from the family Muscidae. It is found in the Palearctic .
Guzmania confinis is a species in the genus "Guzmania". This species is native to Venezuela, Colombia and Peru.
Abacetus confinis is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Pterostichinae. It was described by Boheman in 1848.
Tithoes confinis, common name Giant Longhorn beetle, is a species of beetle belonging to the family Cerambycidae.
Proteuxoa confinis is a moth of the family Noctuidae. It is found in New South Wales and Queensland.
Hypoponera confinis, is a species of ant of the subfamily Ponerinae, which can be found from Sri Lanka, and China.
Argyrotaenia confinis is a species of moth of the Tortricidae family. It is found in Chiapas, Mexico.
"Cinara confinis" has been found feeding on species of fir ("Abies"), and also on cedar ("Cedrus"), spruce ("Picea") and juniper ("Juniperus"). It has a Holarctic distribution and is found in temperate regions of Europe and Asia, in North America and Argentina. Fir trees were introduced into the United Kingdom in the 17th century, and "C. confinis" may have been introduced at the same time.
Solidago confinis, commonly called southern goldenrod, is a North American species of flowering plants in the sunflower family. It is native to California, southern Nevada, and Baja California.
Mordellistena confinis is a beetle in the "Mordellistena" genus, which is in the Mordellidae family. It was described in 1854 by Oronzio Gabriele Costa.
Aethes confinis is a species of moth of the Tortricidae family. It is found in Bulgaria, Ukraine and the eastern Palearctic ecozone.
Lissonotus confinis is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Per Olof Christopher Aurivillius in 1915.
The larvae feed on "Yucca baccata", "Yucca thornberi" and "Yucca confinis". They feed on developing seeds. Pupation takes place in a cocoon in the soil.
Tillandsia confinis is a species in the genus "Tillandsia". This species is native to Venezuela, Bolivia Colombia, Peru, northern Brazil, and Ecuador.
"Pauesia anatolica" is a parasitoid of the cedar aphid "Cinara cedri," and "Pauesia grossa" is a parasitoid of the black stem aphid ("Cinara confinis").
Hoplostethus confinis is a species of slimehead native to the Andaman Sea in the Indian Ocean. It lives in deep water between 290m and 330m from the surface and can reach sizes of up to 12.3cm.
Dimocarpus confinis is a species of plant in the genus "Dimocarpus". It produces oval-shaped drupe fruits. It ranges from southern China to southeast Asia. They are mainly grown as ornamental plants and not as a food source.
Eressa confinis is a moth of the family Erebidae. It was described by Walker in 1854. It is found in India (Sikkim, Nilgiris), Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Burma, Taiwan and China.
Copelatus confinis is a species of diving beetle. It is part of the "Copelatus" genus, which is of the Copelatinae subfamily and the Dytiscidae family. It was described by Bilardo & Rocchi in 1999.
Antennae bipectinate in male, branches short and dilated distally. Antennae serrate in female. Differs from "Eressa confinis" in being smaller and in the interno-median hyaline patch of fore wing extending to near the base of wing.