Synonyms for luctuosa or Related words with luctuosa

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Examples of "luctuosa"
Vespa luctuosa is a species of hornet which is endemic to the Philippines. The main subspecies is "Vespa luctuosa luctuosa" (primarily native to Luzon island). Other known subspecies include "Vespa luctuosa luzonensis" (primarily native to the Visayas, including Leyte island and Samar Island) and "Vespa luctuosa negrosensis" (native to Negros island). "Vespa luctuosa" is best known for its potent venom.
The subspecies "M. a. luctuosa", the silvery-flanked antwren, is sometimes split as a full species.
Bokermannohyla luctuosa is a species of frog in the family Hylidae.
The black-and-white seedeater ("Sporophila luctuosa") is a species of bird in the family Thraupidae.
Tegula luctuosa is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Tegulidae.
Acrocercops luctuosa is a moth of the Gracillariidae family, known from Guyana. It was described by Edward Meyrick in 1915.
Myrmarachne luctuosa is a species of spider in the jumping spider family (Salticidae), found in New South Wales, Australia.
Tessaropa luctuosa is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Zayas in 1975.
Eupithecia luctuosa is a moth in the Geometridae family. It is found in south-eastern China (Fujian).
The species name refers to the colouration of the species and is derived from Latin "luctuosa" (meaning sad).
In addition to pain at the sting site(s), symptoms of severe "Vespa luctuosa" envenomation include convulsions, cyanosis and hematuria.
Agyneta luctuosa is a species of sheet weaver found in Venezuela. It was described by Millidge in 1991.
Pisania luctuosa is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Buccinidae, the true whelks.
Zygocera luctuosa is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Pascoe in 1862.
Phryneta luctuosa is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Murray in 1870.
Pterolophia luctuosa is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Pascoe in 1863.
"Vespa luctuosa" tends to build hanging nests in trees and bushes. It only rarely builds nests in human structures and dwellings. The nests built by "Vespa luctuosa" are generally spherical during the early stages of their construction. After the nests have developed in size, they tend to take a more elongated, vertical orientation.
Mycetophila luctuosa is a Palearctic species of 'fungus gnat' in the family Mycetophilidae. "Mycetophila luctuosa " is found in forest or wooded areas where the larvae develop in "Neolentinus lepideus" , "Kretzschmaria deusta", "Chondrostereum purpureum", "Sebacina incrustans", "Neolentinus tigrinus", "Pleurotus" spp., "Trametes versicolor" and a wide range of epigeic fungi, mostly Russulaceae.
The venom of "Vespa luctuosa" has the highest recorded toxicity to mice of any wasp species tested. The of the venom is 1.6 mg/kg. The toxicity (measured against mice) per weight of "Vespa luctuosa" venom is higher than that of the Japanese giant hornet ("Vespa mandarinia japonica"), which has an LD of 4.0 mg/kg, but which is responsible for many more human deaths than "Vespa luctuosa". The greater lethality of Japanese giant hornet stings—as well as the closely related Asian giant hornet ("Vespa mandarinia")—results from a considerably larger volume of venom being injected per sting.
Quatiara luctuosa is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae, and the only species in the genus Quatiara. It was described by Leséleuc in 1844.