Synonyms for floridanus or Related words with floridanus

californicus              texanus              alleni              variegatus              nigripes              barbouri              maculatus              edwardsii              bilineatus              latifrons              floridensis              brevicauda              galapagoensis              pruinosus              andersoni              marginatus              siganus              baileyi              longirostris              maculosus              vittatus              nelsoni              guentheri              mexicanus              ornatus              fuliginosus              melanurus              punctulatus              obscurus              aurata              parkeri              fuscatus              floridana              guttata              fuscus              ocellatus              ocellata              steindachneri              flaviceps              catenifer              townsendii              limbatus              melanura              nasuta              coloratus              insularis              riparius              ambystoma              zonatus              hawaiiensis             



Examples of "floridanus"
Originally, Gidley named this animal "Arctodus floridanus" in 1928. It was recombined as "Tremarctos floridanus" by Kurten (1963), Lundelius (1972) and Kurten and Anderson (1980).
The Florida grasshopper sparrow (Ammodramus savannarum floridanus) is endangered.
Cryptoramorphus floridanus is a species of beetles in the genus "Cryptoramorphus" of the family Anobiidae.
Palaemon floridanus is a species of shrimp of the family Palaemonidae.
"Crocodylus floridanus" is now considered an invalid junior synonym of "C. acutus".
The new classification elevated the bonneted bat to its own species, "Eumops floridanus".
Amaranthus floridanus (Florida amaranth) is a flowering plant endemic to Florida.
Elytroleptus floridanus is a species of beetle in the Cerambycidae family. It was described by LeConte in 1862.
Odontotaenius floridanus is a beetle of the Family Passalidae. It is endemic to Lake Wales Ridge, Florida.
Planismus floridanus is a species of beetle in the family Silvanidae, the only species in the genus Planismus.
The Florida bonneted bat ("E. floridanus") was treated as a subspecies and later elevated to species status. Though "E. glaucinus" is variable, it was treated as one species, but suspected to be a species complex. The complex was then defined as a group of four species: "E. glaucinus", "E. floridanus", "E. ferox", and an unnamed species from Ecuador.
Another wasp species, "Anastatus floridanus", is also an ootheca parasite of "Eurycotis floridana", laying eggs in an ootheca carried by the female, or into a deposited ootheca as many as 36 days old. Several "A. floridanus" wasps may lay eggs in the same ootheca. As many as 306 adult wasps may develop from one cockroach ootheca.
Tremarctos floridanus, occasionally called the Florida spectacled bear, Florida cave bear, or rarely Florida short-faced bear, is an extinct species of bear in the family Ursidae, subfamily Tremarctinae. "T. floridanus" was endemic to North America from the Pliocene to Holocene epoch (4.9 million — 11,000 years ago), existing for approximately 4.9 million years.
Petaloconchus floridanus is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Vermetidae, the worm snails or worm shells.
The Florida bonneted bat (Eumops floridanus) is a species of bat in the genus "Eumops", the bonneted bats or mastiff bats.
Three endemic land species are present: the deer "Odocoileus carriacou margaritae", the rabbit "Sylvilagus floridanus margaritae" and the snake "Leptotyphlops albifrons margaritae".
The Florida grasshopper sparrow ("Ammodramus savannarum floridanus") is an endangered subspecies of grasshopper sparrow native to the dry prairies of south-central Florida.
Alachua is a genus of hymenopteran insects of the family Eulophidae. The sole described species is "Alachua floridensis", which is parasitic on "Camponotus floridanus", the Florida carpenter ant.
Notable animals of the Florida scrub include the Florida scrub jay ("Aphelocoma coerulescens"), Florida mouse ("Podomys floridanus"), sand skink ("Neoseps reynoldsi"), bluetail mole skink ("Eumeces egregius lividus"), Florida scrub lizard ("Sceloporus woodi"), and Florida worm lizard ("Rhineura floridana").
"T. floridanus" was widely distributed south of the continental ice sheet, along the Gulf Coast across through Florida and north to Tennessee, and across the southern United States to California.