Synonyms for inflatus or Related words with inflatus
Examples of "inflatus"
"P. corradetti" - greater long fingered bat ("Miniopterus
" (very short interval in the middle),
This species is often considered a synonym of "Miniopterus
Bornholmaspis is a genus of trilobite in the order Phacopida, which existed in what is now Bornholm, Denmark. It was described by Pribyl and Vanek in 1983, and the type species is "Bornholmaspis
", which was originally described as "Pseudosphaerexochus
", and later as "Pateraspis
" by Poulsen in 1965.
is a beetle of the family Trogidae.
The fat-nosed spiny rat (Maxomys
) is a species of rodent in the family Muridae.
Because of persistent endeavors and indefatigable
of local people the college
, or the New Zealand cushion star, is a sea star of the family Asterinidae, endemic to New Zealand.
Acanthonotus is an extinct genus of bony fish. It contains three species, "A.
", "A. niger", and "A. tricuspis".
is a species of ground beetle in the Iberozabrus subgenus that can be found in France and Spain.
The greater long-fingered bat ("Miniopterus
") is a species of vesper bat in the family Vespertilionidae.
is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Psydrinae. It was described by Baehr in 2003.
Sometimes the adults have reduced wings. Both, nymphs and adults of some species, such as "Dulichius
" and "Hyalymenus" spp. are ant mimics and live in ant nests.
is an ant species which was discovered in 2005 by R.R. Silva and R. Feitosa in Brazil, and described by Brandao and Mayhe-Nunes in 2008.
is a species of minute sea snails, marine gastropod molluscs in the family Cerithiopsidae. It was described by Cecalupo and Perugia in 2012.
" (generally recorded as "C. psilosepalus") is native to Portugal, western Spain, and two small regions of north-west France.
Choniomyzon is a genus of copepods, containing the following species: One species, "C.
", is a parasite of the eggs of the slipper lobster "Ibacus novemdentatus".
is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Schouten in 1997. It is found in Nepal.
" is calssified as "Priority Four" by the Government of Western Australia Department of Parks and Wildlife meaning that it is rare or near threatened.
The species name refers to the expanded valva and is derived from Latin "
" (meaning inflated, swollen) and the term valva.
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