Synonyms for horrida or Related words with horrida
Examples of "horrida"
The Latin specific epithet "
" means "with many prickles".
Many authors, including Henderson "et al." (1995) and Borchenius and Bernal (1996) use "A. aculeata" rather than "A.
", giving Jacquin's description of "Caryota
" a publication date of 1809, three years after Willdenow's 1806 description. On the other hand, Govaerts "et al." (2006) gives Jacquin's work a publication date of 1801, giving "A.
" priority over "A. aculeata".
, commonly known as Prickly Dryandra, is a shrub endemic to Western Australia. It was known as Dryandra
until 2007, when all "Dryandra" species were transferred to "Banksia" by Austin Mast and Kevin Thiele.
It is closely related to "Gleditsia japonica" (syn. "G.
") from eastern Asia, and is treated as a subspecies of it by some botanists, "Gleditsia
" subsp. "caspica" (Desf.) J.Paclt.
" (see "Dalbergia"), "Dichrostachys cinerea", "Vachellia
", "Acacia planifrons", "Albizia amara", "Zizyphus" sp. and a few "Azadirachta indica", "Dodonia viscosa", "Carissa carandas", "Pterolobium hexapetalum", "Euphorbia", "Acalypha fruticosa" and "Ocimum tenuiflorum" form the undergrowth.
is a species in the genus "Billbergia". This species is native to Brazil.
It was first described by James Dwight Dana in 1846 as "Madrepora
" in Fiji.
is a moth in the Geometridae family. It is found in China (Yunnan).
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Raphitomidae.
is a species in the genus "Hohenbergia". This species is endemic to Brazil.
is a sea sponge belonging to the phylum Porifera. The species was described in 1886.
is an extinct thelodont agnathan which existed in what is now Scotland during the upper Silurian period.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Breuning in 1938.
is a species of bee in the family Megachilidae. It was described by Schulten in 1977.
is an insect in the "Psytalla" genus of assassin bugs. It is commonly called the "horrid king assassin bug".
is a shrub of the genus "Hakea" native to an area in the Wheatbelt, Great Southern and Goldfields-Esperance regions of Western Australia.
"in omnibus dura, compositio aspera, nullo fuco, nullo lenocinio mollita, sententiæ graves, argumenta ad probandum id quod voluit firma, sed elocutione et impositione nominum
subsp. abdita", commonly known as the Remote Thorny Lignum, is a critically endangered species due to its intolerance to salinity.
, the thorny devil walking stick, is a species belonging to the stick insects (order Phasmatodea) and to the family Phasmatidae.
" subsp. "abdita, recently known as 'Duma" subsp. abdita and commonly known as Remote Thorny Lignum, is a critically endangered shrub endemic to Western Australia.
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