Synonyms for dilatata or Related words with dilatata

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Examples of "dilatata"
This species was first formally described in 1868 by Ferdinand von Mueller who gave it the name "Chloanthes dilatata". The description was published in "Fragmenta phytographiae Australiae" from a specimen collected by James Drummond near the Murchison River. In 1870, George Bentham changed the name to "Pityrodia dilatata" but in 2011, Barry Conn and Murray Henwood changed the name to "Quoya dilatata" and published the change in "Australian Systematic Botany". The specific epithet ("dilatata") is a Latin word meaning "spread" or "expanded".
Niebla dilatata is a fruticose lichen that grows on rocks on Guadalupe Island and the foggy coast of the Baja California peninsula. The epithet, " dilatata", is in reference to the broadly expanded (dilated) lobes of the thallus.
The Hawaiian reef coral, "Montipora dilatata", is a species of coral in the family Acroporidae.
Frullania dilatata, the dilated scalewort, is a species of liverwort in the Jubulaceae family.
Calceolaria dilatata is a species of plant in the Calceolariaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador.
Crepipatella dilatata has been also been documented along the Northern coast of Spain.
The indigenous name of "Caladenia dilatata" is koolin, and its tubers are consumed, either raw or baked, by Coranderrk aboriginals.
Echinolittorina dilatata is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Littorinidae, the winkles or periwinkles.
Nebria dilatata is a species of ground beetle in the Nebriinae subfamily that is endemic to Canary Islands.
Cerbera dilatata (Chamorro: chi'ute) is a species of tree in the family Apocynaceae endemic to the Mariana Islands.
178. Panigrahi, G. (1983d) Quercus dilatata Royle (Fagaceae) – a nomen invalidum. Ind. Journ. For., 6(3): 252.
"Quoya dilatata" is classified as "not threatened" by the Western Australian Government Department of Parks and Wildlife.
Caladenia dilatata, commonly known as green comb spider orchid, is a deciduous terrestrial orchid species found throughout southern Australia.
Protected species in the reserve include the "Néon" Elacatinus figaro, "Coral-de-fogo" Millepora alcicornis and "Gorgônia" Phyllogorgia dilatata.
Dixa dilatata is a species of fly in the family Dixidae. It is found in the Palearctic .
Gryphea dilatata, common name "devil's toenail" is a species of Jurassic oyster, an extinct marine bivalve mollusc in the family Gryphaeidae.
Syringa oblata subsp. dilatata, also known as Korean early lilac, is a subspecies of the species "Syringa oblata" in the genus "Syringa", in the family Oleaceae.
Protected species include green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas), the coral Phyllogorgia dilatata and the fish species island hogfish (Bodianus insularis), Anthias salmopunctatus, butterflyfish (Prognathodes obliquus) and Stegastes sanctipauli.
Mynoparmena dilatata is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae, and the only species in the genus Mynoparmena. It was described by Aurivillius in 1926.
Acapiata dilatata is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae, and the only species in the genus Acapiata. It was described by Galileo and Martins in 2005.