Synonyms for eximia or Related words with eximia

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Examples of "eximia"
"Doto sarsiae" feeds on the hydroid "Coryne eximia", family Corynidae, formerly "Sarsia eximia".
Ripley's "P. a. eximia", north Borneo, is now usually split as the Bornean barbet, "P. eximia".
"Hyla eximia" is listed as the state amphibian of Arizona. As currently circumscribed, "Hyla eximia" does not occur in Arizona. "Hyla wrightorum", which has previously been regarded as a synonym of "Hyla eximia" does occur in Arizona.
It is similar to "Nyceryx eximia eximia" but can be distinguished by the less extensive basal yellow area of the hindwing upperside and details of the pattern of the forewing upperside.
The "magna cum laude approbatur" grade was introduced in 1970 and "eximia cum laude approbatur" in 1996. "Laudatur" grades achieved before 1996 are now counted as "eximia cum laude approbaturs".
Eupithecia eximia is a moth in the Geometridae family. It is found in China (Yunnan).
There are several cultivars of "Dicentra eximia". Some are hybrids with "Dicentra peregrina" and "Dicentra formosa".
The vigorous cultivar 'Eximia' has gained the Royal Horticultural Society's Award of Garden Merit.
There are several hybrids and cultivars involving "Dicentra eximia", "Dicentra formosa", and "Dicentra peregrina", including:
All other described taxa are synonyms of the type species "Tarsophlebia eximia".
Polypoetes eximia is a moth of the family Notodontidae. It is found in Peru.
Mylothris eximia is a butterfly in the Pieridae family. It is found in Nigeria.
"Morchella eximia" is a fire-associated species, growing abundantly in recently burned forests.
Abispa eximia is a species of wasp in the Vespidae family.
The first formal description of this plant was made in 1990 by Kirsten Cowley in "Australian Systematic Botany" as "Melaleuca coccinea" subsp. "eximia" from a specimen collected near Esperance. It was raised to species status as "Meleleuca eximia" in 1999 by Lyndley Craven in "Australian Systematic Botany". The specific epithet ("eximia") is from the Latin "eximius" meaning "exceptional", "uncommon" or "extraordinary", referring to the appearance of the plant in flower.
The white-flanked sunbird ("Aethopyga eximia") is a species of bird in the Nectariniidae family.
The black-chested mountain tanager ("Cnemathraupis eximia") is a species of bird in the family Thraupidae.
Anatoma eximia is a species of minute sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk or micromollusk in the family Anatomidae.
There are several hybrid cultivars involving "D. formosa", the eastern American species "D. eximia" and the Japanese species "D. peregrina":
Toloella is a spider genus of the Salticidae family (jumping spiders). Its only species "T. eximia" occurs only in Panama.