Synonyms for denticulata or Related words with denticulata
Examples of "denticulata"
" subsp. "
" is classified as "not threatened" by the Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife.
" subsp. "
" occurs near Ravensthorpe. There is a record by "Black" in South Australia but this report has not been accepted. "Eremophila
" subsp. "trisulcata" occurs near Mount Buraminya and Mount Ragged in the Cape Arid National Park.
" was first described by George Montagu in 1808, under the name "Cancer
". It was later transferred by William Elford Leach to his new genus "Pirimela", which contains only "P.
". A second species of "Pirimela", "P. princeps", is now considered to be synonymous with "P.
is a species of jumping spider.
" possesses a white and yellow sheen and has a simple spiral shape; it tends retain the size of about 3 millimeters from top to bottom. "Peringiella
" possesses vertical striations both inside and out.
is a species of moth in the family Sphingidae, which is known from Panama, Mexico, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Bolivia, Peru and western Venezuela. It was originally described by Schaus as "Calliomma
", in 1895.
Pirimela is a genus of crab containing a single species, Pirimela
is a moth of the Coleophoridae family. It is found in Tibet.
is a species of orchid in the genus "Aa".
is a moth in the Immidae family. It was described by Meyrick in 1910.
is a moth of the Pterophoridae family. It known from New Guinea and Micronesia.
The specific epithet "
" means "small-toothed", referring to the serrated leaf edges.
" is known to contain the contact allergens primin and other quinoid compounds.
is a moth of the Anthelidae family. It is found in Australia.
is a plant of the genus "Fuchsia" native to Bolivia and Peru.
is a species of crustacean in the family Thamnocephalidae. It is endemic to Australia.
is a moth of the Noctuidae family. It is found in India (Darjeeling).
The larvae feed on "Dissotis" species (including "D.
") and possibly "Antherotoma naudinii".
"Odontoponera" was established by Mayr (1862) to house the species "Ponera
" (now "Odontoponera
"), placing it in the subfamily Ponerinae. "O.
" was later synonymized with "O. transversa", but was revived as a species by Yamane (2009). Molecular phylogeny by Schmidt's (2013) placed the genus in the "Odontomachus" group, although it is not closely related to any other genus. The name means "toothed "Ponera"", incorporating the prefix "odonto-".
" was first formally described by John Lindley in 1840 and the description was published in "A Sketch of the Vegetation of the Swan River Colony". In 2015, Andrew Brown and Garry Brockman described three subspecies, including subspecies "
" and the descriptions were published in "Nuytsia". The specific epithet ("
") is a Latin word meaning "with small teeth", referrring to the small teeth on the labellum.
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