Synonyms for misool or Related words with misool
Examples of "misool"
rainbowfish ("Melanotaenia misoolensis") is a species of fish in the Melanotaeniidae family. It is endemic to
in West Papua, Indonesia.
is an undescribed tropical pitcher plant found on the island of
in the Raja Ampat archipelago of Indonesia. It is similar to the extremely variable "N. neoguineensis".
Raja Ampat Islands have at least three ponds containt unpoisoned jellyfish, all in
Eois sanguilineata is a moth in the family Geometridae. It is found on
The other main islands in the archipelago are
, Batanta and Waigeo.
is not currently threatened in the wild. In "Pitcher Plants of the Old World", Stewart McPherson writes:
Platyptilia microbscura is a moth of the family Pterophoridae. It is known from
Island in Indonesia.
Biga is a heavily Papuan-influenced Austronesian language spoken in West Papua in the south of the island of
This species occurs on the cliffs of the McCluer Gulf and in coastal regions of the Fakfak peninsula. Although it has been reported from
in the past, geographer Stewart McPherson was unable to find any plants during a recent trip to the island (although he did find "N." sp.
Found in most of New Guinea, from
to Fergusson Island. The type locality given is "Ramoi Nova Guinea austro-occidentiali" (Ramoi, near Sorong, Irian Jaya, Indonesia).
Chrysoscota vagivitta is a moth of the family Erebidae. It was described by Walker in 1866. It is found on
, Seram and New Guinea.
Nepenthes treubiana (; after Melchior Treub) is a tropical pitcher plant native to Western New Guinea and possibly also the island of
"Nepenthes neoguineensis" is native to New Guinea and the nearby D'Entrecasteaux Islands, and may also occur on
(see "N." sp.
). The species is relatively widespread in the former, ranging across the entire length of the island and occurring in both Papua New Guinea and the Indonesian portion of the island (Western New Guinea). As such, its conservation status is listed as Least Concern on the 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.
The New Guinea naked-backed fruit bat (Dobsonia magna or Dobsonia moluccensis magna) is a species of megabat endemic to Papua New Guinea and the Indonesian islands of Waigeo, Yapen, Batanta, and
remains difficult and expensive to reach; during my observations, I hired a local fishing boat to travel to the island, and this trip alone required one metric ton of fuel!
Canucha curvaria is a moth in the Drepanidae family. It was described by Walker in 1866. It is found on
Island, in New Guinea and on the Solomon Islands.
An Indonesian endemic, the Moluccan megapode is confined to hill and mountain forests on the Maluku Islands of Halmahera, Buru, Seram, Ambon, Ternate, Haruku and Bacan. It also found on
Island in West Papua province.
and Kofiau Islands (comprising the first six districts listed above) are currently in the process of being split off to form a separate South Raja Ampat Regency under proposals approved in 2014 by the Indonesian Government.
"Trichoglossus haematodus" is found in eastern Indonesia, on Buru, Seram,
, Waigeo, Numfoor, Yapen and the Aru Islands, in Indonesia and Papua New Guinea on New Guinea, in the Bismarck Archipelago, the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and New Caledonia.
The crinkle-collared manucode is found throughout lowlands and hill forests in mainland New Guinea and
Island of West Papua. The diet consists mainly of fruits and figs.
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