Synonyms for fruticicola or Related words with fruticicola
Examples of "fruticicola"
is a species of orchid in the genus "Bulbophyllum".
These snails are found mainly in Asia, with only one species occurring in Northwestern Europe: "
is a genus of medium-sized, air-breathing land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks in the family Bradybaenidae.
fruticum is a species of medium-sized, air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusc in the family Bradybaenidae.
This genus occurs in eastern and southern Asia. The European species that was previously in this genus is now placed in the genus "
Two of the land snails on the list ("
fruticum" and "Cernuella neglecta") are now locally extinct (in Great Britain, sometimes abbreviated here as G.B.), but they still occur in other parts of Europe.
This 1-mm nematode lives in soil, compost, and similar materials, where it consumes bacteria. It may be found in association with soil-living invertebrates such as snails, slugs, and pill bugs. It lives with the snail "
sieboldiana" in Japan. It has been associated with the isopods "Trachelipus rathkii", "Armadillidium nasatum", "Cylisticus convexus", and "Porcellio scaber" in Ohio.
There are 220 species of non-marine molluscs that have been recorded as living in the wild in Britain. Two of them ("
fruticum" and "Cernuella neglecta") are locally extinct. In addition there are 14 gastropod species that live only in greenhouses.
"Drilus flavescens" is one of the most extreme cases of sexual dimorphism in insects. The females of this beetle look like a caterpillar – so called larviforme females – completely lacking of wings and other adult characters. They live on the ground in the shells of snails (frequently "
fruticum" [O. F. Müller, 1774]), feeding of the inhabitants, previously killed with a poisonous bite and sucked in with the help of digestive enzymes.
The spelling of the name is currently disputed. In the original source the name was spelled "Helix (
) Lubomirski", to be corrected to "lubomirski" under the ICZN Code. Later many authors spelled the name "lubomirskii", but some other authors used the spelling "lubomirski". The 4th edition of the Code (effective since 2000) gives no clear ruling (previous editions of the Code had a clear ruling that "lubomirski" was the correct form), so this case will remain disputed.
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