Synonyms for latior or Related words with latior

consimilis              distinguenda              puncticollis              dentifera              powelli              ceylonica              obesa              pallidula              laticollis              inconspicuus              kiesenwetter              congoensis              flavipennis              elongatulus              sublaevis              costatus              luteipes              brevipennis              reducta              angulosa              confinis              pictipennis              rectangularis              strigata              gerstaecker              nodulosa              distincta              bifasciata              fumosa              fairmairei              venustula              pareuthria              radoszkowski              disjuncta              bifurcata              filicornis              fenestrata              dohrni              sulcicollis              perplexa              latipennis              hyalina              distorta              motschulsky              obscuripennis              fallaciosa              beckeri              jansoni              cognata              sabulosa             

Examples of "latior"
Setia latior is a species of minute sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk or micromollusk in the family Rissoidae.
Metius latior is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Pterostichinae. It was described by Putzeys in 1875.
Sophronica latior is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Stephan von Breuning in 1986.
Alvania latior is a species of minute sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk or micromollusk in the family Rissoidae.
Nebria latior is a species of ground beetle in the Nebriinae subfamily that is endemic to Kazakhstan.
Athous latior is a species of click beetle from Elateridae family that can be found in Western Caucasus, on Laba River in Krasnodar, and Karachay-Cherkessia.
Mordellaria latior is a species of beetle in the "Mordellaria" genus which is part of the Mordellidae family. It was described in 1967.
Acacia latior is a shrub belonging to the genus "Acacia" and the subgenus "Juliflorae". It is native to an area in the Mid West region of Western Australia.
Litozamia latior is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Muricidae, the murex snails or rock snails.
Satyrium latior is a butterfly of the Lycaeninae family. It was described by Johann Heinrich Fixsen in 1887. It is found in the Russian Far East (Transbaikalia, Amur, Ussuri), northern China and Korea.
"Drosera adelae" was first described by Ferdinand von Mueller in volume 4 of his work "Fragmenta phytographiæ Australiæ", published in 1864. A later infraspecific taxon, described by Ludwig Diels in his 1909 work published in a volume of "Das Pflanzenreich" as "D. adelae" var. "latior" F.Muell. ex Diels is now considered to be a synonym of "D. schizandra".
Meanwhile, German botanist Karl Friedrich von Gaertner had coined the name "Pentadactylon angustifolium" in 1807 from a specimen in the collection of Joseph Banks to describe what turned out to be the same species. The genus name derived from the Greek "penta-" "five" and "dactyl" "fingers", and refers to the five-lobed cotyledons. The horticulturist Joseph Knight described this species as the narrow-leaved persoonia ("Persoonia angustifolia") in his controversial 1809 work "On the cultivation of the plants belonging to the natural order of Proteeae", but the binomial name is illegitimate as it postdated Andrews' description and name. Carl Meissner described a population from the Tambo River in Victoria as a separate variety, "Persoonia linearis" var. "latior" in 1856, but no varieties or subspecies are recognised. German botanist Otto Kuntze proposed the binomial name "Linkia linearis" in 1891, from Cavanilles' original description of the genus "Linkia" but the name was eventually rejected in favour of "Persoonia". In 1919, French botanist Michel Gandoger described three species all since reallocated to "P. linearis"; "P. phyllostachys" from material collected at Mount Wilson sent to him by the herbarium at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney, and "P. walteri" and "P. breviuscula" from Melbourne-based plant collector Charles Walter, whose records have been questioned. The short-leaved material of "P. breviuscula" was noted to have been collected in Queensland but this is now thought to have been incorrectly recorded. Gandoger described 212 taxa of Australian plants, almost all of which turned out to be species already described.
Situated in a rugged karst range near the city of Samcheok, the cave's 10 m tall entrance is a grueling 30 to 45 minute uphill hike from the ticket office. Once inside, the temperature varies between 10° and 14°C. The walls spout water from innumerable cracks and seeps, which join to make good-sized streams, waterfalls and ten large pools. Some rooms in the cave are vast, 100 m tall, and bridges have been built across chasms in them. The usual fanciful names have been given to the various formations, but the high rate of water flow has prevented the building up of many stalagmites or stalactites. Flowstones, rimstones, popcorn, pipes and curtains are more abundant. There are 47 species of wildlife found in the cave, including the lungless Korean clawed salamander "Onychodactylus fischeri", the spider "Allomengea coreana", the cave cricket "Diestrammena asynamora", the millipedes "Epanerchodus kimi" and "Antrokoreana gracilipes", the moth "Apopestes indica", and a species of amphipod in the genus "Pseudocrangonyx". Four species are unique to Hwanseon Cave, including the beetle "Kurasawatrechus latior".