Synonyms for impressus or Related words with impressus

kiesenwetter              faldermann              erichsoni              bipustulatus              confinis              illiger              lepeletier              apfelbeck              radoszkowski              jakovlev              annae              politus              duftschmid              menetries              kolenati              insolita              denticollis              excisa              gyllenhal              leucozona              laticollis              desbrochers              parallelus              decorus              excellens              consobrina              elongatulus              erichson              distincta              onitis              perty              rosenhauer              gracilicornis              onthophagus              picipes              melanaria              rambur              sahlbergi              oreina              gribodo              gerstaecker              ignobilis              striolatus              bifasciata              clavicornis              paykull              seyrigi              angustatus              incrassatus              laicharting             

Examples of "impressus"
Dercylinus impressus is a species of beetles in the family Carabidae, the only species in the genus Dercylinus.
Harpalus impressus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Harpalinae. It was described by Roth in 1851.
In biology, the multiplication sign is used in a botanical hybrid name (botany), for instance "Ceanothus papillosus" × "impressus" (a hybrid between "C. papillosus" and "C. impressus") or "Crocosmia × crocosmiiflora" (a hybrid between two other species of "Crocosmia"). However, the communication of these hybrid names with a standard non-multiplication "x" is common when the actual "×" symbol is not readily available.
Latirus impressus is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Fasciolariidae, the spindle snails, the tulip snails and their allies.
Ceanothus impressus, with the common name Santa Barbara ceanothus, is a species of flowering shrub. This "Ceanothus" is endemic to the Central Coast of California, where it can be found on coastal slopes and mesas. Other common names are blueblossom ('blueblos') and California lilac, although the plant is not a lilac ("Syringa").