Synonyms for penicillata or Related words with penicillata

tessellatus              interrupta              dimidiata              pygmaea              sordida              caesia              tenellus              ciliatus              velutinus              papuana              virgata              rubida              calcarata              caliginosa              setigera              gracilipes              ocellata              complanata              connata              debilis              mucronata              leucopogon              decipiens              ferruginea              nitens              cincta              granulatus              sticta              azurea              pulchella              bispinosa              cinerascens              ciliata              venustum              robustum              atrata              punctulata              tessellata              rubicunda              brevipes              rugosum              beccarii              micans              seriata              insignis              signatus              crocea              variegatus              punicea              elegantula             



Examples of "penicillata"
Microsphaera penicillata var. vaccinii is a plant pathogen.
"Coilodera penicillata" can reach a body length of about .
Polyxenida is the only living order of the subclass Penicillata, the basal subclass of millipedes. Penicillata is the sister group of all other living millipedes: the infraclasses Pentazonia and Helminthomorpha.
Coilodera penicillata is a species of beetles belonging to the family Scarabaeidae, subfamily Cetoniinae.
Daphne penicillata is a shrub, of the family Thymelaeaceae. It is native to China, specifically Sichuan.
Microsphaera penicillata is a plant pathogen that causes powdery mildew on sycamore.
Ceratitis penicillata is a species of fruit fly from the family Tephritidae.
"Bursera penicillata" is a small tree. Leaves are pinnately compound with 7-9 leaflets.
Pouteria penicillata is a species of plant in the Sapotaceae family. It is endemic to Guyana.
Endangered mammals include southern tamandua ("Tamandua tetradactyla"), sloth, "quaiti" and the black-tufted marmoset ("Callithrix penicillata").
name for the species. It has sometimes been known as "Phascogale penicillata", referring to its brushed tail.
Echinolittorina penicillata is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Littorinidae, the winkles or periwinkles.
Aurapex is a monotypic genus of fungi within the family Cryphonectriaceae containing the sole species Aurapex penicillata.
Ancylodes penicillata is a species of snout moth in the genus "Ancylodes". It is found in Australia.
Pterolophia penicillata is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Pascoe in 1862.
Pseudomelatoma penicillata is a species of small sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Pseudomelatomidae.
Hastula penicillata is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Terebridae, the auger snails.
The AMLR region comprises 27 species of native mammals, including an echidna, an antechinus, dunnart species, a bandicoot, possums, wombat, kangaroos, rats and bats. Seven species are considered threatened in a state or national level. The Southern brown bandicoot (Isoodon obesulus obesulus) and Western pygmy possum (Cercartetus concinnus) are considered vulnerable, while the Brush-tailed Bettong (Bettongia penicillata penicillata) has been listed as endangered.
In 1996, Kevin Thiele and Pauline Ladiges published a cladistic analysis of the "Banksia" genus in the journal "Australian Systematic Botany". As their cladogram differed substantially from the current taxonomic arrangement, they published a revised arrangement that accorded better with their results. Four varieties were promoted to species rank: "B. conferta" var. "penicillata" to "B. penicillata" (now "B. conferta" subsp. "penicillata"); "B. gardneri" var. "brevidentata" to "B. brevidentata"; "B. gardneri" var. "hiemalis" to "B. hiemalis"; and "B. sphaerocarpa" var. "dolichostyla" to "B. dolichostyla". Two new series and elevensubseries were introduced; "B." sect. "Oncostylis" and "B." ser. "Crocinae" were discarded; and "B." ser. "Cyrtostylis" was largely redefined. Six species were left "incertae sedis".
In 1996, Kevin Thiele and Pauline Ladiges published a cladistic analysis of the "Banksia" genus in the journal "Australian Systematic Botany". As their cladogram differed substantially from the current taxonomic arrangement, they published a revised arrangement that accorded better with their results. Four varieties were promoted to species rank: "B. conferta" var. "penicillata" to "B. penicillata" (now "B. conferta" subsp. "penicillata"); "B. gardneri" var. "brevidentata" to "B. brevidentata"; "B. gardneri" var. "hiemalis" to "B. hiemalis"; and "B. sphaerocarpa" var. "dolichostyla" to "B. dolichostyla". Two new series and eleven subseries were introduced; "Banksia" sect. "Oncostylis" and "Banksia" ser. "Crocinae" were discarded; and "Banksia" ser. "Cyrtostylis" was largely redefined. Six species were left "incertae sedis".