Synonyms for macracantha or Related words with macracantha

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Examples of "macracantha"
Macracantha is a genus of spiders in the Araneidae family. It was first described in 1864 by Simon. , it contains only one species, Macracantha arcuata.
The larvae feed on "Acacia macracantha" and "Prosopis tamarugo".
The larvae feed on the leaves of "Acacia macracantha".
IV.p. Genus "Macracantha" Simon, 1864 Comments: It is a monotypic Genus
Billbergia macracantha is a species in the genus "Billbergia". This species is endemic to Brazil.
For "C. columbiana" var. "occidentalis" (Britton) Dorn see "C. succulenta" Schrad. ex. Link (including "C. macracantha" var. "occidentalis" (Britton) Eggl.).
The spotwing flying gurnard, "Dactyloptena macracantha", is an unusual looking fish because of its huge pectoral fins. The fish has dark spots and wavy lines on the fins. It has a dull head and a grey or sometimes brown body that is covered with dark brown or black spots.
Vachellia aroma is a small, perennial, thorny tree native to Bolivia, Peru, Argentina and Paraguay. Some common names for it are Aromita, Aromo Negro, Espinillo and Tusca. It is not listed as being a threatened species. Although some sources say that "Vachellia macracantha" is synonymous with Vachellia aroma, genetic analysis of the two species has shown that they are different, but that they are closely related.
The fort is on a peninsula about 2.5 km long and is a registered historical site, consisting of several ruins. There is a breeding colony of brown pelicans, of up to 60 nests, on the west side of the point, on a slope below the fort. The 278 ha site has been identified as an Important Bird Area by BirdLife International. The vegetation is characterised by thorny scrubland of "Acacia macracantha" and "A. tortuosa", reaching over 2 m in height.
In 1998 Dennis Lavrov along with Wesley M Brown and Jeffrey L Boore have proved that there is a gene translocation link between insects and crustaceans. Two years later, with the same group he studied centipede species named "Lithobius forficatus" and discovered that only one of the 22 inferred tRNA genes provides a completely paired aminoacyl acceptor stem. In 2002, the same trio discovered an unusual mtDNA sequence in two species of millipedes and in 2004 have studied vermiform group called "Pentastomida". During the 2004 study of 4 species ("A. armillatus", "S. tulumensis", "H. macracantha" and "A. americanus") it was revealed that the gene arrangements of mtDNA shows that the species belong to "Branchiura" group.