Synonyms for limbatus or Related words with limbatus

nasuta              signatus              laticeps              vittatus              granulatus              obtusus              variegatus              striolatus              denticulatus              nigripes              nigricornis              rostratus              auriculatus              bifasciatus              bilineatus              cincta              nigriventris              oblongus              ocellata              longimanus              crassicornis              brevicornis              clypeatus              microdon              parallelus              ciliatus              bimaculata              rufipes              sowerbyi              maculosus              hamatus              microcephalus              consobrina              costatus              convexus              cognatus              punctulata              decorus              longicollis              kner              schmidti              guentheri              quadripunctatus              labiatus              tenebrosus              fimbriatus              spinifer              pallipes              lineolata              atlanticus             

Examples of "limbatus"
Platycorynus limbatus limbatus is a subspecies of leaf beetle, described from the Democratic Republic of the Congo by Baly in 1881.
40. "Carcharhinus limbatus" (Valenciennes, 1839). Blacktip shark.
Centruroides limbatus is a species of bark scorpion from Central America. Its specific name ""limbatus"" is from the Latin meaning "black-edged" and refers to the colored markings of this species.
"M. limbatus" occurs with "Tannudiscus tannuolaicus", "Menneraspis striata", "Beldirella pulchra" and "Cheiruroides maslovi".
Chalcolepidius limbatus is a species of beetles in the family Elateridae.
"Dimetrodon limbatus" was first described by Edward Drinker Cope in 1877 as "Clepsydrops limbatus". (The name "Clepsydrops" was first coined by Cope in 1875 for sphenacodontid remains from Vermilion County, Illinois, and was later employed for many sphenacontid specimens from Texas; many new species of sphenacodontids from Texas were assigned to either "Clepsydrops" or "Dimetrodon" in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.) Based on a specimen from the Red Beds of Texas, it was the first known sail-backed synapsid. In 1940, paleontologists Alfred Romer and Llewellyn Ivor Price reassigned "C. limbatus" to the genus "Dimetrodon", making "D. limbatus" the type species of "Dimetrodon".
Nabis limbatus is a species of damsel bug in the family Nabidae.
Gyrinoides limbatus is a species of beetle in the family Gyrinidae, the only species in the genus Gyrinoides.
Limbatustoxin is purified from the venom of the "Centruroides limbatus", a bark scorpion that lives in Central America.
Mycerinus limbatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Kolbe in 1894.
"Dimetrodon rectiformis" was named alongside "Dimetrodon incisivus" in Cope's 1878 paper, and was the only one of the three named species to preserve elongated neural spines. In 1907, paleontologist E. C. Case moved "D. rectiformis" into the species "D. incisivus". "D. incisivus" was later synonymous with the type species "Dimetrodon limbatus", making "D. rectiformis" a synonym of "D. limbatus".
"C. limbatus" belongs to the gracilis species group. All of the species in this group are characterised by their long, narrow pedipalps and overall relatively large size. "C. bicolor" closely resembles "C. limbatus" but these two species can be discerned from each other by the color of the pincers as well as more subtle characteristics.
Within its range, "C. limbatus" is a common predator in the vegetation of the forest understory, where it can be found among the vegetation. It is also known to frequent houses and other building where shelter and food are abundant. "C. limbatus" is a diurnal species that spends night hiding in cracks and crevices. It has been recorded from sea level to 1400 meters.
Measuring only 0.33–0.47 in (8.5–12 mm), the yellow-striped pygmy eleuth ("Eleutherodactylus limbatus") is perhaps the fifth-smallest frog in the world.
Meiacanthus limbatus is a species of combtooth blenny found in the western central Pacific ocean, around Papua New Guinea. This species grows to a length of SL.
Platycorynus limbatus congoensis is a subspecies of leaf beetle, described from the Democratic Republic of the Congo by Burgeon () in 1940.
The blacktip shark ("Carcharhinus limbatus"), flatworm ("Dugesia tigrina") and some other species can reproduce either sexually or asexually depending on various conditions.
Clanculus limbatus, common name the keeled clanculus, is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Trochidae, the top snails.
"Chalcolepidius limbatus" reaches a length of about . The coloration is quite variable and may be green, olive-brown or yellowish. It shows lateral stripes on the pronotum.
"E. ebano" is a host plant for the caterpillars of the Coyote Cloudywing ("Achalarus toxeus") and "Sphingicampa blanchardi". The seedpods host the bean weevils "Stator beali" and "S. limbatus". Despite the native range of Texas Ebony overlapping with that of the latter, "S. limbatus" only feeds upon it in locales where it is grown as an ornamental and is not native. "E. ebano" is also a preferred host of the epiphyte Bailey's Ball Moss ("Tillandsia baileyi").