Synonyms for peninsularis or Related words with peninsularis

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Examples of "peninsularis"
"M acuminata" has three recognised subspecies; acuminata, peninsularis and microphylla.
Eucalyptus peninsularis, commonly known as Cummins mallee is a mallee that is native to South Australia.
The Peninsular myotis, scientific name "Myotis peninsularis", is a species of vesper bat.
Pachysphinx peninsularis is a species of moth of the family Sphingidae. It is known from Mexico.
Calliandra peninsularis is a species of flowering plants of the genus "Calliandra" in the Fabaceae family.
Cnemaspis peninsularis is a species of gecko from southern Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore.
"Ichthyophis peninsularis" is a species of caecilian found in India. It was described by Edward Harrison Taylor in 1960.
Aegomorphus peninsularis is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Horn in 1880.
Neoclytus peninsularis is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Schaeffer in 1905.
The Cape York Frog or Peninsula Frog (Cophixalus peninsularis) is a species of frog in the Microhylidae family.
Elytroleptus peninsularis is a species of beetle in the Cerambycidae family. It was described by Hovore in 1988.
Caelostomus peninsularis is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Pterostichinae. It was described by Straneo in 1938.
"Brickellia peninsularis" var. "amphithalassa""Bulbostylis nesiotica", "Cheilanthes peninsularis" var. "insularis", "Cyperus duripes", "Euphorbia anthonyi", "Nicotiana stocktonii", "Perityle socorrosensis", "Spermacoce nesiotica" and "Zapoteca formosa" ssp. "rosei" are Revillagigedo endemics which Clarión shares with either San Benedicto or Socorro. Whether "Teucrium townsendii" var. "townsendii" is the same plant as on San Benedicto is not conclusively determined.
"Brickellia peninsularis" var. "amphithalassa", "Cheilanthes peninsularis" var. "insularis", "Nicotiana stocktonii", "Spermacoce nesiotica" and "Zapoteca formosa" ssp. "rosei" are near-endemics, being restricted to Socorro and Clarión. Whether "Teucrium townsendii" ssp. "affine" is the same plant as those on San Benedicto is not conclusively determined.
Hesperoyucca peninsularis is a plant species endemic to the Mexican State of Baja California. It is a perennial forming a rosette. It is semelparous (flowering once then dying).
Above in elevation, the oak woodlands transition to oak-pine forests. The only pine present is an endemic subspecies of Mexican Pinyon, "Pinus cembroides" subsp. "lagunae", mixed with oaks, including "Quercus devia" and "Quercus tuberculata", and other broadleaf trees, including "Arbutus peninsularis" and "Nolina beldingi". Lower trees and understory shrubs include "Calliandra peninsularis", "Mimosa xanti", "Heterotoma aurita", "Verbesina pustulata" and "Hypericum peninsulare". Above in elevation, pine predominates, mixed with oaks, and with an understory of grasses ("Muhlenbergia" spp. and "Festuca" spp.).
Osteobrama cotio is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus "Osteobrama". This species has three subspecies named "O. cotio cotio", "O. cotio cunma" and "O. cotio peninsularis".
The larvae have been recorded feeding inside the flower buds of "Cassytha" species, including "Cassytha glabella", "Cassytha filiformis", "Cassytha peninsularis" and "Cassytha pubescens". They are green with yellow lines. The pupa is narrow and brown with a few black spots.
Opsopoeodus emiliae (common name "pugnose minnow") is a species of cyprinid fish found in the eastern North America. There are two recognized subspecies with the subspecies from Florida recognized as race "peninsularis".
Brickellia peninsularis is a Mexican species of flowering plants in the daisy family. It is native to western Mexico in the states of Baja California, Baja California Sur, and Colima.