Synonyms for granulatus or Related words with granulatus

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Examples of "granulatus"
70. "Glaucostegus granulatus" (Cuvier, 1829). Sharpnose guitarfish
Holcobius granulatus is a beetle species of the family Anobiidae.
The sharpnose guitarfish ("Glaucostegus granulatus") is a species of skate in the Rhinobatidae family.
Scinax granulatus is a species of frog in the family Hylidae.
"Catasigerpes granulatus" is a species of praying mantis in the genus "Catasigerpes" in the order Mantodea.
Omorgus granulatus is a beetle of the family Trogidae found in India and Sri Lanka.
The ectomycorrhizal fungi "Suillus granulatus" and "Paxillus involutus" can release elements from apatite.
The ectomycorrhizal fungi "Suillus granulatus" and "Paxillus involutus" can release elements from wood ash.
"Suillus granulatus" sometimes causes contact dermatitis to those who handle it.
Bostryx granulatus is a species of tropical air-breathing land snail, a pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Bulimulidae.
Some species can be used to make mushroom dyes, like "S. americanus", "S. cothurnatus", "S. granulatus", and "S. luteus".
Derobrachus granulatus is a species of beetle in the Cerambycidae family. It was described by Bates in 1884.
Mecyclothorax granulatus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Psydrinae. It was described by Liebherr in 2006.
Amychus granulatus, commonly known as the Cook Strait click beetle, is a large flightless click beetle in the family Elateridae.
Metaperiaptodes granulatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Aurivillius in 1908.
Pseudoechthistatus granulatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Breuning in 1942.
Tentaoculus granulatus is a species of sea snail, deep-sea limpet, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Cocculinidae.
The forest gecko, "Hoplodactylus granulatus", is a species of gecko in the family Gekkonidae. "Granulatus" refers to the granular texture of the skin. Its Māori name is "moko pirirākau" ("lizard that clings to trees"). It is endemic to New Zealand, found in all areas except the Far North, Marlborough, and Canterbury.
"Suillus granulatus" was first described by Carl Linnaeus in 1753 as a species of "Boletus". It was given its current name by French naturalist Henri François Anne de Roussel when he transferred it to "Suillus" in 1796. "Suillus" is an ancient term for fungi, and is derived from the word "swine". "Granulatus" means "fine grain".
Especially characteristic for "S. collinitus" are the cap striations and pink mycelium. The fungus in many aspects resembles "S. granulatus" – a common species in European pine forests. "S. granulatus", however, has a homogenous brown cap without striations, and its mycelium is characteristically white.