Synonyms for decorus or Related words with decorus
Examples of "decorus"
is a species of bees in the genus "Sphecodes", of the family Halictidae. "S.
" has been documented in India and Sri Lanka.
is a species of click beetle belonging to the family Elateridae.
Their scientific or species name (in Latatian) is "Hortus
" (i.e. "lawn ornament").
" feeds on sponges of the family Aplysillidae including "Chelonaplysilla violacea".
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Bates in 1881.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Chemsak and Linsley in 1986.
is a species of sea slug, a dorid nudibranch, a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Chromodorididae".
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Fall in 1907.
This species was described from Japan. It has been confused with "Goniobranchus
" and many records of "G.
" are in fact misidentifications. It occurs in the central Indo-Pacific region from Japan to Sri Lanka, and as far east as the Marshall Islands and Kiribati. The two species are sympatric in the Marshall Islands.
is a species of cichlid endemic to Lake Malawi. This species can reach a length of TL. It can also be found in the aquarium trade.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae, and the only species in the genus Hallothamus. It was described by Thomson in 1868.
is a species of upside-down catfish. Common names include clown catfish, clown syno, clown squeaker, and barredtail squeaker.
, common name : the Mauritian Conch, is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Strombidae, the true conchs.
It has been reclassified by the USDA and the Jepson Manual (TJM2) from a binomial nomenclature to two subspecies: Leptosiphon aureus" var. "aureus for the majority of populations, and "Leptosiphon aureus" subsp. "
" for a smaller range of populations.
A third species "P. decora" from the Caucasus is now usually treated in the genus "Osmanthus" as "Osmanthus
". Over 200 other names have been proposed over the years, now considered synonyms of existing taxa.
"H. epheliticus" was first described, under the name "Cancer epheliticus", by Carl Linnaeus in his 1763 work "Centuria Insectorum", based on specimens from Carolina sent to him by Alexander Garden. Subjective synonyms of "H. epheliticus" include "Cancer
", published by Johann Friedrich Wilhelm Herbst in 1803, and "Cancer vanbenedenii", published by Jan Adrian (or Janus Adrianus) Herklots in 1852.
The tip of the stem has an inflorescence of usually a single flower with corolla lobes under a centimeter long. With the two subspecies: ssp. "aureus" generally has bright to golden yellow flowers; while ssp. "
" has white or cream blooms. The bloom period is March to June.
" is native to Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and the Republic of the Congo can be found anywhere in the Congo basin except the Luapula River system. This is one of the many interesting Synodontis species found in Malebo Pool.
The female "P.
" is about 9 mm long. The spider is mostly black, with some white pubescence on the sides of the cephalorthorax, and a dark median stripe in the middle of a wide light median band on the longish abdomen. The female palps are yellowish white. The legs are very short, with the first pair much more robust. They are reddish-brown with black rings.
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