Synonyms for helvola or Related words with helvola
Examples of "helvola"
A subspecies, "Erosaria
argella" (Melvill, 1888), has been described.
is a moth of the Elachistidae family that can be found in Australia.
, commonly known as the Yellow club fungus, is a mushroom in the family Clavariaceae.
" lives in intertidal and shallow subtidal waters or in lagoons, usually hiding during the day under the rocks of the reef.
, common name : the honey cowry, is a species of sea snail, a cowry, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Cypraeidae, the cowries.
is a species of jack in the family Carangidae. It is found in all tropical and subtropical oceans worldwide. Adults can grow up to .
A phylogenetic analysis of clavarioid fungi concluded that "R. kunzei" is in a phylogenetic lineage together with several "Clavulinopsis" species (including "C. sulcata", "C.
" and "C. fusiformis"), and that this clade (the "ramariopsis" clade) is nested within a group of species representing the Clavariaceae family.
(sometimes spelled "S. helvula") is a species of flowering plant in the legume family known by the common names amberique-bean, trailing wild bean, and trailing fuzzy-bean. It is native to eastern Canada and the eastern United States.
The Flounced Chestnut ("Agrochola
") is a moth of the Noctuidae family. It is found in most of Europe, north to Scotland and Fennoscandia up to the Polar circle, south to Spain, Sicily –it is not found on Sardinia-, Greece further east to the Middle East, Armenia, Asia Minor, West Turkestan and central Asia up to central Siberia.
"Clavaria fragilis" is similar in size and morphology, but is white. "Clavaria amoenoides" is similar in size, and like "Clavulinopsis fusiformis", grows in dense clusters, but it is much rarer. It can be readily distinguished from "C. fusiformis" by microscopic examination, as it has inflated hyphae that lack clamp connections. "Clavulinopsis laeticolor" is similar in color and form, but smaller, up to tall, lacks pointed tips, and tends to grow singly, scattered, or in loose groups. Similarly, "C.
" and "C. luteoalba" have similar coloration, but are smaller and do not typically grow in clusters.
Among the 115 species recorded in 2004 on the site, 15 are included in the red list of the Nord-Pas-de-Calais region. In the shrubs near the path where green waste was deposited by people from outside the organization grow yellow club fungus ("Clavulinopsis
"), gray shag ("Coprinopsis cinerea"), black earth tongues ("Trichoglossum hirsutum"), "Arrhenia spathulata" and "Marasmius limosus". Those two last species are also in the Calamagrostide's glade of a pioneer wood of willow and birch, with moor club ("Clavaria argillacea"), "Geoglossum cookeanum", lilac leg fibrecap ("Inocybe griseolilacina"), ("Stropharia pseudocyanea"), girdled knight ("Tricholoma cingulatum") and burnt knight ("Tricholoma ustale"). Near orchid stations in the pioneer wood exist golden spindles ("Clavulinopsis fusiformis"), "Hebeloma clavulipes", "Hebeloma fusipes", "Hebeloma pusillum", and also lilac leg fibrecap and burnt knight. Dog stinkhorn ("Mutinus caninus") and "Scytinostroma hemidichophyticum" for their part, were observed in the shaded path north of the site on the edge of mature wood.
The wingspan is 34–45 mm.Forewing dull reddish or bright reddish; inner, outer, and submarginal lines brownish,formed of lunules between the veins, those of the inner line more continuous; a distinct brownish angulated median shade; stigmata usually very indistinct, of the ground colour or slightly darker, with paler annuli;hindwing grey, with costal and terminal areas and the fringe generally ochreous or rufous; the basal area before inner line and the space between outer and submarginal lines darker, forming more or less prominent bands; the dull reddish examples with these bands well-developed are typical "
"; the bright red ones are "rufina" L.; — "catenata" Esp. is a form in which the space between the outer and submarginal lines is not
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