Synonyms for microcephala or Related words with microcephala
Examples of "microcephala"
The larvae feed on "Scalesia
", "Scalesia baurii hopkinsii",
is a species of leaf beetle, that is distributed throughout Iran, Iraq, and Turkey.
is a genus of Asian flowering plants in the chamomile tribe within the daisy family.
is a species of flowering plants in the thistle family.
is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae. It is endemic to the Galápagos Islands.
(mallee riceflower or shrubby riceflower) is a dioecious shrub in the family Thymelaeaceae, native to Australia.
" can be toxic to livestock, especially when grown in sandy soil. Toxicity is due to the presence of saponins, alkaloids, terpenes, and flavonols, as well as high concentrations of selenium; "G.
" plants have been found to contain selenium levels of 1287 ppm. Toxicity symptoms include abortion and death; as little as of fresh "G.
" consumed by cattle in seven days can cause abortions, and in cattle, sheep, and goats consuming ten to twenty percent of their body weight in two weeks can cause death.
is a New World species of plants in the sunflower family. It has been found only in Perú and Ecuador.
Amphisbaenians have few predators due to their fossorial habits, powerful bite, and defensive tactics. However, some snakes have been found feeding on amphisbaenians including "A.
, the small-head dubautia, is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae. It is endemic to the island of Kauai in Hawaii.
" is of little known use to wildlife, and is generally uneaten by livestock except when other forage is unavailable.
is a subspecies of ground beetle in the Nebriinae subfamily that can be found in the Alps of France, Italy, and Switzerland.
Fire kills or severely damages "G.
", allowing controlled burns to be used in the management of its populations. Burns must be done carefully, as "G.
" may recolonize burned sites if moisture conditions and competition is favorable, giving mixed success for prescribed burns. Burns can be limited by insufficient amounts fine fuel; if there is enough fine fuel, burns are generally effective if fuel moisture and relative humidity are low, the air temperature is between , and there is a gentle breeze.
This species was first described as a subspecies of "Hyla misera" (now a synonym with "Hyla
", current name "Dendropsophus microcephalus"), "Hyla misera meridiana", by the Brazilian herpetologist Bertha Lutz in 1954. It was recognized as full species in 1966 by , before again being relegated into synonymy with "Hyla
" by in 1974. The species status was restored in 2005 by Faivovich and colleagues, who placed "Dendropsophus meridianus" in their ""Dendropsophus microcephalus" group", along with 32 other species.
, the littlehead gumweed, is a North American species of flowering plants in the daisy family. It is native to the south-central United States, having been found only in the State of Texas.
is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family known by the common name sacapellote. It is native to southern California and Baja California, where it grows in woodland and chaparral, especially in the coastal mountain ranges.
Adults are on wing from July (normally) to August. The host plant for the larvae is "Anthyllis vulneraria
", an endemic plant from the north-east Andalusia fegion of south-eastern Spain.
, the piedmont marsh elder, is a North American species of flowering plants in the daisy family. It grows in the southeastern United States in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas.
, common name purpledisk helianthella, is a North American plant species in the sunflower family. It grows in the southwestern United States, in the states of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah.
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