Synonyms for depressus or Related words with depressus

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Examples of "depressus"
Chrysichthys depressus is a species of bagrid catfish endemic to the Democratic Republic of the Congo where it is only found near Boma. It was formerly known as Gnathobagrus depressus, now Chrysichthys depressus.
The variety "depressus" (sometimes considered a separate species, "Anacyclus depressus"), called mat daisy or Mount Atlas daisy, is grown as a spring-blooming, low-water ornamental.
Warren’s girdled lizards were formerly available in the pet trade, possibly exported from Mozambique. Most specimens were labeled "Cordylus warreni depressus" and should be considered "Cordylus depressus".
Rhacophorus depressus is a species of frog in the Rhacophoridae family.
Promanus depressus is a species of beetles of the family Trogossitidae, endemic to New Zealand.
The flat-headed frog ("Limnodynastes depressus") is a species of frog in the family Myobatrachidae.
Ramphotyphlops depressus is a species of snake in the Typhlopidae family.
Gymnopilus depressus is a species of mushroom in the Cortinariaceae family.
"Gymnopilus depressus" fruits on logs, and has been found in Jamaica in November.
"Nemastomoides depressus", described as a harvestman in the family Nemastomoididae, is actually a poorly preserved phalangiotarbid.
Osmakasaurus is a genus of herbivorous iguanodontian dinosaur. It is a basal iguanodontian which lived during the lower Cretaceous period (Valanginian age) in what is now Buffalo Gap of South Dakota, United States. It is known from the Chilson Member of the Lakota Formation. This genus was named by Andrew T. McDonald in 2011 and the type species is "Osmakasaurus depressus". "O. depressus" was previously referred to as "Camptosaurus depressus", and was first described in 1909 by Charles W. Gilmore.
Oxychilus depressus is a species of air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Oxychilidae.
Calathus depressus is a species of ground beetle from the Platyninae subfamily that is endemic to the Canary Islands.
Lesticus depressus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Pterostichinae. It was described by Darlington in 1962.
Tripneustes depressus, the white sea urchin, is found in the Panamanian part of the North Pacific Ocean.
Dichostates depressus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Báguena in 1952.
Aradus depressus is a true bug in the family Aradidae. The species is found in the Palearctic from Ireland East to Siberia. In the Southeast, the range extends to the Caucasus mountains."A. depressus" is the most common species of the genus "Arado" and can be found everywhere. In the Alps it occurs up to 1600 meters.
Acanthodoras depressus is a species of thorny catfish endemic to Brazil where it is found in the Amazon and Rio Negro basins. This species grows to in SL
The flattened musk turtle ("Sternotherus depressus") is a species of turtle in the Kinosternidae family. It is endemic to the southern United States.
While "N. longipes" is a harvestman with long legs and a segmented oval body, "N. depressus" is in reality not a harvestman, but a poorly preserved phalangiotarbid.