Synonyms for fenestratus or Related words with fenestratus
Examples of "fenestratus"
There is one subspecies : "Nassarius albescens gemmuliferus" (A. Adams, 1852) (synonyms : "Nassa (Niotha) albescens" var. "
" (Marrat, 1877); "Nassa (Niotha) fenestrata" (Marrat, 1877); "Nassa fenestrata" Marratt, 1877; "Nassa gemmulifera" A. Adams, 1852; "Nassa isabellei" Reeve, 1853; "Nassarius (Niotha) albescens gemmuliferus" (A. Adams, 1852); "Nassarius (Niotha)
" (Marrat, 1877); "Nassarius (Niotha)
" var. "gestroi" Bisacchi, 1930; "Nassarius
" (Marratt, 1877); "Nassarius gemmuliferus" (A. Adams, 1852) )
), is a species of cichlid fish endemic to Lake Malawi in East Africa. This species can reach a length of TL. It can also be found in the aquarium trade.
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Mangeliidae.
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Solariellidae.
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Horaiclavidae, the turrids.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Lucas in 1857.
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Buccinidae, the true whelks.
is a species of a rare, minute sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Skeneidae.
, common name the fenestrate top shell or the latticed top shell, is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Tegulidae.
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Fasciolariidae, the spindle snails, the tulip snails and their allies.
The Zaire forest tree frog, "Leptopelis
", is a species of frog in the Arthroleptidae family endemic to the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
is an uncommon species of flowering plant in the mustard family known by the common name Tehipite Valley jewelflower.
Native species of rare plants include Congdon's lewisia ("Lewisia congdonii"), state-listed as rare in 1982 and the Tehipite Valley jewelflower ("Streptanthus
"). Also the woollyhead lessingia ("Lessingia hololeuca") and Hall's daisy ("Erigeron aequifolius"), both of the Aster family.
The New Zealand topknot, "Notoclinus
", is a triplefin of the genus "Notoclinus", found around the North Island of New Zealand in reef areas of broken rock and brown seaweed.
In 1930, Wiman named a second species of "Pentaceratops": "Pentaceratops
". It was based on Sternberg's 1921 specimens and the specific name referred to a hole in the left squamosal. This was later considered to be the same species as "Pentaceratops sternbergii" and thus a junior synonym, the hole being the likely effect of an injury.
is a substrate blower. They blow away the substrate, to uncover insect larvae and crustaceans. They are characterized by vertical bars, and thin horizontal lines of varying darkness depending on location. The males blue colouration obscures the barring when dominant.
is a species of frog in the family Craugastoridae. It is found in the Amazon Basin of eastern Peru, northeastern Bolivia, southeastern Ecuador, southeastern Colombia, and Brazil. Its common name is Rio Mamore robber frog, after Mamoré River, its type locality.
Boldenone undecylenate (USAN) (brand names Boldane, Equipoise, Parenabol, Vebonol, others), or boldenone undecenoate (BANM), also known as Δ-testosterone 17β-undec-10-enoate, 1-dehydrotestosterone 17β-undec-10-enoate, or androsta-1,4-dien-17β-ol-3-one 17β-undec-10-enoate, is a synthetic, injected anabolic-androgenic steroid (AAS) and androgen ester that is used in veterinary medicine, specifically in horses. It is a long-acting ester of boldenone, which itself is a naturally occurring androgen (found in the scent gland of "Ilybius
") and dehydrogenated analogue of testosterone.
With an elongated, typical blenny form, threefin blennies differ from their relatives by having a dorsal fin separated into three parts (hence the name); the first two are spinous. The small, slender pelvic fins are located underneath the throat and possess a single spine; the large anal fin may have one or two spines. The pectoral fins are greatly enlarged, and the tail fin is rounded. The New Zealand topknot, "Notoclinus
", is the largest species at 20 cm in total length; most other species do not exceed 6 cm.
" is an annual herb producing a hairless, waxy stem up 35 or 40 centimeters in maximum height. The basal leaves have blades divided into several lobes or leaflets. Leaves higher on the stem have oval or lance-shaped blades usually not subdivided. Flowers occur at intervals along the upper stem with one or two leaflike green or purple-tipped bracts at the base of the raceme. Each flower has a tubular urn-shaped calyx of purple sepals just under a centimeter long. Light petals up to 1.5 centimeters long emerge from the tip of the calyx. The fruit is a flat, narrow silique up to 5 centimeters long.
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