Synonyms for inconspicuum or Related words with inconspicuum
Examples of "inconspicuum"
The Inconspicuous Bulbophyllum (Bulbophyllum
) is a species of orchid.
is a plant pathogen that causes anthracnose on elm.
The cryptic skink, "Oligosoma
", is a nationally vulnerable species of skink native to New Zealand.
Servitia is a genus of fungi in the family Verrucariaceae. A monotypic genus, it contains the single species Servitia
is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Scaritinae. It was described by Blackburn in 1888.
Its habitat is recorded as being sandy soils in "Melaleuca viridiflora" woodlands. "S. longissimum" is most closely related to "S.
is a dicotyledonous plant that belongs to the genus "Stylidium" (family Stylidiaceae). It is an annual plant that grows from 5 to 20 cm tall. Obovate or elliptical leaves, about 5-30 per plant, are scattered along the elongate, glabrous stem. The leaves are generally 4-8 mm long and 2-5 mm wide. Petioles and scapes are absent. Inflorescences are 5-8 cm long and produce pink or red flowers. "S.
" is endemic to Java and is one of the few "Stylidium" species that are not native to Australia. Its habitat is recorded as being moist areas in grass-dominated fields at an altitude of 20-30 metres.
is a species of damselfly in the family Coenagrionidae. It is found in Angola, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Malawi, South Africa, Zambia, and possibly Tanzania. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical high-altitude grassland, rivers, and swamps.
This species was first located in 2007 as part of a floristic survey of Anshi National Park and was first formally described by Sachin A. Punekar and P. Lakshminarasimhan in 2010. It was placed in subgenus "Andersonia", but the authors did not identify a section. They did, however, note that "S. darwinii" is closely allied with "S. kunthii", "S.
", and "S. tenellum".
In 2010, Sachin A. Punekar and P. Lakshminarasimhan published the new species "S. darwinii" from Western Ghats of Karnataka, India. They placed it in subgenus "Andersonia" and mentioned it was closely allied with "S. kunthii", "S.
", and "S. tenellum", but they did not place it within a section. Also in 2010, botanist A. R. Bean described three new Australian species from the Northern Territory ("S. exiguum", "S. notabile", and "S. osculum") that belong to subgenus "Andersonia", but he did not place them within a section.
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