Synonyms for ellipticus or Related words with ellipticus

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Examples of "ellipticus"
The horutonoki ("Elaeocarpus sylvestris var. ellipticus") is the tree symbol of Japanese city Urasoe, Okinawa. Wild Dampalsu trees ("Elaeocarpus sylvestris" var. "ellipticus") in Cheonjiyeon Waterfall are South Korean Natural Monument no. 163.
Plaxomicrus ellipticus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Thomson in 1857.
Notonomus ellipticus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Pterostichinae. It was described by Sloane in 1923.
Calathus ellipticus is a species of ground beetle from the Platyninae subfamily that can be found in Bulgaria and Greece.
The pyramid and adjoining part of the recessus ellipticus are perforated by a number of holes (macula cribosa superior).
Trichocladus ellipticus is a species in the genus "Trichocladus", in the family Hamamelidaceae. It is also called white witch-hazel.
Abacetus ellipticus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Pterostichinae. It was described by Tschitscherine in 1898.
"Adenanthos ellipticus" is killed by bushfire and regenerates from seed afterwards. Fires at short intervals threaten to eradicate it. It is also highly sensitive to dieback ("Phytophthora cinnamomi").
"Penstemon rupicola" is included in "Penstemon" subgenus "Dasanthera", along with "P. barrettiae", "P. cardwellii", "P. davidsonii", "P. ellipticus", "P. fruticosus", "P. lyallii", "P. montanus", and "P. newberryi".
"Penstemon newberryi" is included in "Penstemon" subgenus "Dasanthera", along with "P. barrettiae", "P. cardwellii", "P. davidsonii", "P. ellipticus", "P. fruticosus", "P. lyallii", "P. montanus", and "P. rupicola".
On the upper wall or roof there is a transversely oval depression, the recessus ellipticus, separated from the recessus sphæricus by the crista vestibuli already mentioned.
At one point "Rubus ellipticus" was reported to form root nodules and fix nitrogen in association with "Frankia" bacteria, but this has since been discounted.
"Rubus ellipticus" is listed in the IUCN Invasive Species Specialist Group database as an Invasive species, one of the World's 100 worst invasive species.
"Penstemon barrettiae" is included in "Penstemon" subgenus "Dasanthera", along with "P. cardwellii", "P. davidsonii", "P. ellipticus", "P. fruticosus", "P. lyallii", "P. montanus", "P. newberryi", and "P. rupicola".
"Penstemon fruticosus" is included in "Penstemon" subgenus "Dasanthera", along with "P. barrettiae", "P. cardwellii", "P. davidsonii", "P. ellipticus", "P. lyallii", "P. montanus", "P. newberryi", and "P. rupicola".
"Penstemon davidsonii" is included in "Penstemon" subgenus "Dasanthera", along with "P. barrettiae", "P. cardwellii", "P. ellipticus", "P. fruticosus", "P. lyallii", "P. montanus", "P. newberryi", and "P. rupicola".
Alex George described "Adenanthos ellipticus" in 1974, the species name derived from the Latin adjective "ellipticus" and referring to the shape of the leaves. It had been collected much earlier, in 1931 by W.E.Blackall. He published the name "A. cuneata" var. "integra" in 1954 but did not write a description so the name is invalid. It is classified in the section "Adenanthos" within the genus of the same name.
"Trichocladus" is derived from Greek and means 'hairy-branched' (τριχός trichos, ‘hair’; κλάδος klados, ‘branch’), while "ellipticus", also derived from Greek (ελλειπτικός), means ‘about twice as long as broad, oblong with rounded ends, elliptic’.
"Adenanthos ellipticus" is unknown in cultivation, and has little horticultural potential, especially compared with the smaller, more compact "A. cuneatus". It would likely need frequent pruning to maintain an attractive appearance.
"P. pollicaris" inhabits the shells of shark eye snails and whelks. It grows to a length of and a width of . The shell is often shared by the commensal zebra flatworm ("Stylochus ellipticus").