Synonyms for dilatatus or Related words with dilatatus
Examples of "dilatatus"
The rove beetle Velleius
lives together with the European hornet "Vespa crabro crabro".
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Trochidae, the top snails.
is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Psydrinae. It was described by Erichson in 1842.
is a species of beetle in the family Carabidae. It was described by Wiedemann in 1823.
It finds hornet nests by its very good sense of smell. Most nests contain an average of ten "V.
" is a widespread species, although only abundant at a few restricted sites. It is large and wide, with a rounded tip to the telson in adults.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae, and the only species in the genus Ipepo. It was described by Martins and Galileo in 2008.
is a species of small air-breathing freshwater snail, an aquatic pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Planorbidae, the ram's horn snails.
The dilated false shieldback ("Aroegas
") is a species of katydid that is only known from the Mariepskop Forest in Mpumalanga province, South Africa.
" is an uncommon species of woodlouse with scattered records from most of the British Isles. Loe Pool is the only Cornish site. Also found on each of the inhabited islands of the Isles of Scilly.
" is up to 26 mm long. It feeds on detritus produced by the hornets (an example of commensalism). The beetles cannot survive without the hornets themselves, even if there is enough detritus present.
The Low-country tea termite, (Glyptotermes
), also known as Low country live wood termite, is a species of damp wood termite of the genus "Glyptotermes". It is endemic to high elevations Sri Lanka. It is a major pest of tea in low country area of Sri Lanka.
is a species of woodlouse in the genus "Porcellio" belonging to the family Porcellionidae. This species is widespread in Europe, and has also been introduced to North America from Western Europe. They are long, are brown coloured and striped. They can be found feeding on alder leaves, but mostly feeds on organic food substrates, such as lettuce ("Lactuca sativa") in the wild. It also feeds on inorganic metal salts.
Characteristic fossils of the Berriasian are "Hoplites euthymi", "H. occitanicus"; of the Valanginian, "Natica leviathan", "Belémnites pistilliformis" and "B.
", "Oxynoticeras Gevrili"; of the Hauterivian, "Hoplites radiatus", "Crioceras capricornu", "Exogyra Couloni" and "Toxaster complanatus". The marine equivalents of these rocks in England are the lower Speeton Clays of Yorkshire and the Tealby beds of Lincolnshire. The Wealden beds of southern England represent approximately an estuarine phase of deposit of the same age. The Hils clay of Germany and Wealden of Hanover; the limestones and shales of Teschen; the Aptychus and "Pygope diphyoides" marls of Spain, and the Petchorian formation of Russia are equivalents of the Neocomian in its narrower sense.
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