Synonyms for papillata or Related words with papillata

obesa              delicatula              interrupta              caliginosa              sinuosa              nodulosa              papillosa              oblongus              constricta              bifurcata              gracilior              hyalina              disjuncta              costatus              gracilipes              famelica              foveolata              cincta              confluens              ceylanica              dimorpha              debilis              sylvicola              pallidula              granulatus              abbreviata              tenuipes              puncticollis              helvola              angustata              fumosa              fenestrata              calcarata              lirata              bipartita              obtusus              complanata              michaelseni              consimilis              ignobilis              filamentosa              angulosa              inconstans              arcuata              fenestratus              intricata              umbilicata              gracillima              excisa              pectinatum             

Examples of "papillata"
"S. papillata" grows to a mantle length of 140 mm.
Helicocranchia is a genus of glass squids including Helicocranchia papillata, Helicocranchia pfefferi, and Helicocranchia joubini
Promalactis papillata is a moth of the Oecophoridae family. It is found in Anhui and Zhejiang provinces of China.
Crimora papillata is a species of sea slug, a nudibranch, a shell-less marine gastropod mollusc in the family Polyceridae.
"Eremophila papillata" occurs between Kondinin and Wongan Hills in the Avon Wheatbelt and Mallee biogeographic regions where it grows in hard clay-loam.
Flakea is a genus of lichenized fungi in the family Verrucariaceae. It is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Flakea papillata.
Gunniopsis papillata, commonly known as the twin-leaf pigface, is a succulent plant in the iceplant family, Aizoaceae. It is endemic to Australia.
Pseudaneitea papillata is a species of air-breathing land slug, a terrestrial gastropod mollusc in the family Athoracophoridae, the leaf-veined slugs.
Eremophila papillata is a flowering plant in the figwort family, Scrophulariaceae and is endemic to Western Australia. It is an erect, compact shrub with sticky, narrow leaves and mauve, blue or purple, rarely white flowers.
Aaptos papillata is a species of demosponge belonging to the phylum Porifera. This species was first described in 1880. It is native to the northeastern Atlantic Ocean, the English Channel and the Mediterranean Sea.
Distribution of "Palisa papillata" includes Florida, Jamaica and Panama. The holotype of this species was found at Port Royal, Jamaica and a specimen from Miami, Florida was included in the original description.
Diaphorodoris papillata is a species of sea slug, a dorid nudibranch, a shell-less marine gastropod mollusc in the family Calycidorididae. It was reported from Canary Islands in 2016.
Palisa papillata is a species of sea slug, specifically an aeolid nudibranch. It is a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Facelinidae. It is the only species in the genus "Palisa".
The species was first formally described by Robert Chinnock in 2007 and the description was published in "Eremophila and Allied Genera: A Monograph of the Plant Family Myoporaceae". The specific epithet ("papillata") is a Latin word meaning "having nipples or buds" referring to the small, nipple-like glands on the leaves of this species.
"Sphenobaiera ikorfatensis" (Seward) Florin f. "papillata" Samylina has been found in Lower Cretaceous formations of Western Greenland, the Upper Jurassic of the Asiatic USSR, and the basal rock unit of the Lakota formation of the Black Hills, which Fontaine considered to be of Lower Cretaceous age. It is a ginkgophyte.
Sepia papillata is a species of cuttlefish native to the southeastern Atlantic Ocean and southwestern Indian Ocean. Its natural range stretches from Lüderitz Bay, South Africa (), to the coast of KwaZulu-Natal off the Tugela and Umvoti Rivers (). It is also present in Mascarene Ridge. It lives at depths of between 26 and 210 m.
Plant species that are endemic to East Barren Mountain and its immediate environs include "Calothamnus macrocarpus", "Eucalyptus burdettiana" (Burdett Gum), "Kunzea similis" subsp. "similis", "Regelia velutina" (Barrens regelia) and "Verticordia pityrhops". Other species of note include "Acacia argutifolia" (East Barrens Wattle), "Adenanthos ellipticus" (Oval-leaf Adenanthos), "Anthocercis fasciculata", "Banksia speciosa" (Showy Banksia), "Dampiera deltoidea", "Eucalyptus coronata" (Crowned Mallee), "Gonocarpus hispidus", "Hakea hookerana", "Hibbertia papillata", "Jacksonia compressa", "Leptospermum confertum", "Leucopogon compactus", "Melaleuca papillosa", "Pimelea physodes" (Qualup Bell) and "Stylidium galioides" (Yellow Mountain Triggerplant).
"Aaptos papillata" is a massive sponge growing in a domed shape, the smooth velvety surface being densely covered in small, low nipples. The oscula through which water exits are small and few in number. The colour of this sponge is pink flushed with purple, the nipples being paler. The interior is creamy-pink in the middle and yellowish-ochre near the surface, which is often obscured by sand and shell fragments. The consistency is firm but elastic.
The fronds of "Flustra foliacea" are often used by other animals as a substrate to live on. Such epibionts include other bryozoa such as "Crista eburnea", hydroids, sessile polychaete worms and the porcelain crab "Pisidia longicornis". Other animals feed on "F. foliacea", including the sea urchins "Echinus esculentus" and "Psammechinus miliaris" and the nudibranch "Crimora papillata"; the pycnogonid "Achelia echinata" feeds preferentially on "F. foliacea".
"Eremophila papillata" is a compact erect shrub which grows to a height of and has rough bark. Its leaves and branches are sticky due to the presence of large amounts of resin. The leaves are mostly arranged alternately along the branches and are linear in shape, mostly long and wide. They have a covering of branches hairs when young and have many small, raised, pimply glands.