Synonyms for planifrons or Related words with planifrons

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Examples of "planifrons"
Stegastes planifrons (threespot damselfish) is a damselfish from the Western Atlantic. It occasionally makes its way into the aquarium trade.
The Miller's Striped Mouse or Liberian Forest Hybomys (Hybomys planifrons) is a species of rodent in the family Muridae.
Menesida planifrons is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Tippmann in 1951.
Clivina planifrons is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Scaritinae. It was described by Sloane in 1907.
Clytus planifrons is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by LeConte in 1874.
Chlorops planifrons is a species of fly in the family Chloropidae. It is found in the Palearctic .
Isthmiade planifrons is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Zajciw in 1972.
Grouvellina planifrons is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Rhysodinae. It was described by Fairmaire in 1893.
Figulus planifrons is a species of beetles in the Lucanidae family. The scientific name of this species was first published 1987 by Bomans.
"Plesioplatecarpus" was originally named by Cope in 1874 as "Clidastes planifrons", and later it was reassigned to "Platecarpus". The name "Plesioplatecarpus" was erected by Takuya Konishi and Michael W. Caldwell in 2011 to incorporate "Platecarpus planifrons", which was found to be distinct from "Platecarpus" in a phylogenetic analysis. It is known from the holotype AMNH 1491, a nearly complete skeleton. Many other specimens are also referred to this species, including FHSM VP2116 and 2296, UALVP 24240 and 40402 and YPM 40508.
Bos planifrons ("flat-fronted cattle") was a bovine species from the Siwaliks of India and Pakistan. It may have been the ancestor of the Indian Aurochs "Bos primigenius namadicus". Its type is a skull.
"Dalbergia horrida" (see "Dalbergia"), "Dichrostachys cinerea", "Vachellia horrida", "Acacia planifrons", "Albizia amara", "Zizyphus" sp. and a few "Azadirachta indica", "Dodonia viscosa", "Carissa carandas", "Pterolobium hexapetalum", "Euphorbia", "Acalypha fruticosa" and "Ocimum tenuiflorum" form the undergrowth.
This material was later described in more detail by Pierre Revilliod in 1920, offering the holotype the number QW627. He described additional material, and classified it within five species: "N. adhicaster", "N. gerzei", "N. marandati", "N. planifrons" and "N. grandis".
The Miahuatlán cotton rat ("Sigmodon planifrons") is a rodent species in the family Cricetidae. It is found only on the Pacific slope of the Sierra de Miahuatlán in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, where it lives in deciduous tropical forest.
The parts of the ecoregion found in Tamil Nadu receive even less rainfall than most, and the vegetation in these parts is mainly made up of thinly spread thorny forests of "Acacia planifrons", with umbrella-shaped crowns.
The Sulawesi dwarf elephant ("Stegoloxodon celebensis" or "Elephas celebensis") was about half the size of "Archidiskodon (=Mammuthus) planifrons" to which it was initially considered to be related by Dirk Albert Hooijer in 1949. The most evident difference with the latter is the presence of functional lower tusks in some individuals. This was considered as paedomorphosis, a retention of juvenile characters in the adult stage, by Vincent Maglio in his revision of the proboscideans in 1973. He based his conclusion on the presence of vestigial incisive germs in mandibles of "Mammuthus planifrons". This idea was followed by Hooijer in 1974.
Wular Lake is an important fish habitat, the main species being the common carp ("Cyprinus carpio"), rosy barb ("Barbus conchonius"), mosquitofish ("Gambusia affinis"), "Nemacheilus" species, "Crossocheilus latius", and various snowtrout species in the genera "Schizopyge" and "Schizothorax". Snowtrout species identified in the lake include the Sattar snowtrout ("Schizopyge curvifrons"), Chirruh snowtrout ("Schizopyge esocinus"), "Schizothorax planifrons", "Schizothorax macropogon", "Schizothorax longipinus" and Chush snowtrout ("Schizopyge niger").
Masarygus is a genus of hoverflies native to Argentina, containing the single species Masarygus planifrons. "Masarygus" was first described as representing a new family related to Conopidae or possibly the Oestridae due to its much reduced mouthparts. The larvae feed as scavengers in the nests of ants.
More recently, E. Maitre has described the fossils in more detail. "N. grandis" and "N. planifrons" have been considered indistinguishable from "N. adhicaster", but "N. gerzei" and "N. marandati" may be distinct enough to retain their respective statuses as distinct species.
The umbrella thorn, (Acacia planifrons), is a species of "Acacia" of the family Fabaceae. It is native to India and Sri Lanka. It is about 7m high thorny shrub. Greyish-brown bark is thick with horizontal markings. Leaves are bipinnate, alternate; apex obtuse; margin entire. Flowers are white in color. Fruit is a pod.