Synonyms for convexus or Related words with convexus

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Examples of "convexus"
The distribution of "Omalonyx convexus" includes Brazil.
In 1957, due to the discovery of a name conflict with an unrelated crab species also originally described as "Ocypode convexus" by the Dutch zoologist Wilhem de Haan in 1833, the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature (ICZN) suppressed Quoy and Gaimard's "Ocypode convexus". This ruling was made on the basis that the consulted specialists regarded Quoy and Gaimard's "Ocypode convexus" as "nomen dubium".
Nalassus convexus is a species of darkling beetles belonging to the subfamily Tenebrioninae.
Tmesisternus convexus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae.
Anachalcos convexus is a species of scarab beetle in the genus Anachalcos.
Carabus (Tomocarabus) convexus Fabricius, 1775 (Carabidae) - atlas of beetles of Russia
Bees are observed visitors to the flowers while "Anthracoceros convexus" feeds on the fruit.
"A. albirostris" can be further categorized into two subspecies, "A. a. albirostris" and "A. a. convexus".
Harpalus convexus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Harpalinae. It was described by Faldermann in 1836.
The specific epithet is derived from the Latin "convexus" (meaning convex) and refers to the forewing hump.
Either "Pseudospheniscus interplanus" or "P. planus", as well as either "Pseudospheniscus concavus" or "P. convexus", are a "lapsus" too.
The convex horseshoe bat ("Rhinolophus convexus") is a species of bat in the family Rhinolophidae. It is endemic to Malaysia.
These snails are herbivorous, feeding on living plant tissues. Non-vegetal food items were also found in "Omalonyx convexus".
Mecyclothorax convexus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Psydrinae. It was described by Liebherr in 2006.
Anthrenocerus Convexus is a species of beetles, native to Australia. It is within the Anthrenocerus genus, and the Dermestidae family.
Carpilius convexus is a species of crab that lives in the Indo-Pacific, from Hawaii to the Red Sea and South Africa. It was first described by Peter Forsskål in 1775 as ""Cancer convexus"", and has sometimes been treated as a variety of the larger species "Carpilius maculatus". The biology of the genus "Carpilius" is poorly known.
Mimoprosoplus convexus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae, and the only species in the genus Mimoprosoplus. It was described by Stephan von Breuning in 1970.
The specific name is derived from Latin "convexus" (meaning convex) and refers to the sacculus which is strongly convex dorso-basally.
Carabus convexus is a species of beetle found in almost all of Europe, but is somewhat rarer in the extreme Southwest. It is also widespread in East Asia.
The species name refers to the triangular projection at the middle of the ventral margin of the valve and is derived from Latin "convexus" (meaning convex).