Synonyms for confusus or Related words with confusus

angusticollis              obtusus              rufipes              nigricornis              laticollis              inconstans              concavus              decorus              angustatus              confinis              dimorpha              testaceus              granulatus              consobrina              parallelus              cincta              costatus              brevicornis              kiesenwetter              micans              faldermann              fallax              bipunctata              dilatatus              puncticollis              dissimilis              interrupta              calcaratus              quadridens              schultzei              denticulatus              binotatus              politus              inopinata              motschulsky              tropicus              distinctus              consimilis              ruficornis              signatus              flavicornis              coquillett              gyllenhal              fimbriatus              globosus              abbreviata              fuscipennis              fenestrata              tessellatus              caliginosa             

Examples of "confusus"
Gazoryctra confusus is a moth of the Hepialidae family. It is known from the United States.
Plocaederus confusus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae.
The brown shrike ("Lanius cristatus confusus") sometimes imitates the calls of the forest wagtail.
Nicrophorus confusus is a burying beetle described by Portevin in 1924.
The Latin specific epithet "confusa" refers to "confusus" from - uncertin, easily mistake and mingle.
Dyenmonus confusus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Aurivillius in 1908.
Namibogenius confusus is a species of beetles in the family Buprestidae, the only species in the genus Namibogenius.
These wasps mainly parasitize hymenoptera belonging to the species "Pemphredon unicolor", "Hylaeus confusus", "Paranthidiellum lituratum" and "Anthidium manicatum".
Orthogonius confusus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Orthogoniinae. It was described by Tian & Deuve in 2006.
Metius confusus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Pterostichinae. It was described by Straneo in 1951.
Hellinsia confusus is a moth of the Pterophoridae family that is found in North America, including California.
Eucharassus confusus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Galileo and Martins in 2001.
Exalphus confusus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Restello in 2001.
Acanthogonatus confusus is a mygalomorph spider of Argentina and Chile, its name referring to the confusion between this species and "A. subcalpeianus". Males are recognized by their long palpi, together with the absence of a tibial apophysis; females are recognized by the spermathecae (similar to "A. fuegianus", "A. centralis" and "A. parana", which have - unlike "A. Confusus" - no inferior tarsal claws on tarsus IV).
Bombus confusus is a species of bumblebee found in Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, and Switzerland.
Dorymyrmex confusus is a species of ant in the genus "Dorymyrmex". Described by Kusnezov in 1952, the species is endemic to Argentina.
Euchromius confusus is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Schouten in 1992. It is found in Afghanistan, Tadzhikistan and Iran.
Coregonus confusus is a freshwater whitefish from Switzerland. It is also known by its native Swiss German common name, spelled pfärrit, pfarrig, and pfärrig. It was described as "Coregonus annectens confusus" by Victor Fatio in 1885 from syntypes which have been lost in 1902. The species is rare and only known with certainty from Lake Biel. There is also a possibility that it might occur in Lake Neuchâtel. It vanished from Lake Murten in the 1960s due to eutrophication and water level management.
("S")-Ipsdienol is a terpene alcohol. It is one of the major aggregation pheromones of the bark beetle. It was first identified from "Ips confusus", in which it is believed to be a principle sex attractant.
Pseudogynoxys chenopodioides (syn. Senecio confusus), the Mexican flamevine, is a plant species in the family Asteraceae, native to Mexico, Central America and the West Indies. It is cultivated in Florida and has been reported as persisting after cultivation there, growing on disturbed sites.