Synonyms for longimanus or Related words with longimanus

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Examples of "longimanus"
Oceanic whitetip shark ("Carcharhinus longimanus")
"Heterometrus longimanus" (Asian forest scorpion) is also consumed.
41. "Carcharhinus longimanus" (Poey. 1861). Oceanic whitetip shark.
"Auchenipterichthys" species are insectivores. "A. longimanus" has been reported to feed primarily on terrestrial invertebrates. There is also evidence that "A. longimanus" is involved in seed dispersal. "Auchenipterichthys" species are also capable of producing sound.
The Longfin Lizardfish "(Saurida longimanus)" is a species of lizardfish that lives in the Indo-Pacific.
Artaxerxes I of Persia, who was surnamed in Greek as μακρόχειρ Macrocheir or Longimanus in Latin.
The species name "longimanus" is Latin for "with a long hand".
"Heterometrus longimanus" can reach an average length of . Body color is uniformly black. These scorpions are viviparous.
Amolops longimanus is a species of frog in the Ranidae family that is found in Myanmar and possibly China.
Paratergatis longimanus is a species of crabs in the family Xanthidae, the only species in the genus Paratergatis.
Lasiopezus longimanus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Thomson in 1864.
Heterometrus longimanus, the Black Emperor Scorpion or Asian forest scorpion, is a species of scorpions belonging to the family Scorpionidae.
Heteropenaeus longimanus is a species of shrimp belonging to the family Rhynchocinetidae, known by the common name Longarm prawn.
The long-winged tomb bat ("Taphozous longimanus") is a species of sac-winged bat in the family Emballonuridae.
Lagnus is a spider genus of the Salticidae family (jumping spiders). Its only described species, "L. longimanus", occurs only on Fiji.
Auchenipterichthys longimanus is a species of driftwood catfish endemic to Brazil where it is found in the Amazon River basin. It grows to a length of 15 cm.
Asarcenchelys longimanus is a species of eel in the family Ophichthidae. The only member of its genus, it is found in the southwestern Atlantic Ocean near Brazil. The common English name for this species is the emaciated worm eel. No threats are reported to affect the population of this species, and not enough information exists to determine whether or not "A. longimanus" is in danger of becoming an endangered species, and no conservation acts are taking place to conserve this species. "A. longimanus" lives in a marine environment within a tropical climate.
Ctenochirichthys longimanus is a species of dreamer known only from the eastern Pacific Ocean in deep waters off the coast of Chile. This species is the only known member of its genus.
Apollonides () was a physician and surgeon of ancient Greece who was born at Cos, and, like many other of his countrymen, went to the court of Persia, under Artaxerxes Longimanus, 465-425 BCE.
Not a lot is known about the feeding habits of "Iconaster longimanus" but it is believed to include in its diet detritus, bacteria, micro-organisms and small benthic invertebrates.