Synonyms for politus or Related words with politus

consobrina              confinis              parallelus              cincta              laticollis              puncticollis              angustatus              ruficornis              consimilis              faldermann              kiesenwetter              gyllenhal              hilaris              decorus              reducta              distinguenda              nigriventris              flavicornis              distinctus              rufipes              depressus              lepeletier              binotatus              femoratus              calcaratus              simillima              dimidiata              sabulosa              impressus              costatus              ignobilis              angustus              schultzei              ocellata              nigricornis              confusus              obtusus              fuscula              bipunctata              caliginosa              powelli              denticulatus              perty              motschulsky              bilineatus              signatus              suturalis              fumosa              micans              distincta             



Examples of "politus"
Philanthus politus is a white-striped species of bee-hunting wasp (or "beewolf").
Chloropterus politus is a species of leaf beetle of Oman, observed by Berti & Rapilly in 1973.
Tmesisternus politus is a species of longhorn beetles belonging to the family Cerambycidae, subfamily Lamiinae.
Dyschirius politus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Scaritinae. It was described by Dejean in 1825.
Lesticus politus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Pterostichinae. It was described by Chaudoir in 1868.
Megaloodes politus is a species of beetle in the family Carabidae, the only species in the genus Megaloodes.
Omoglymmius politus is a species of beetle in the subfamily Rhysodidae. It was described by R.T. & J.R. Bell in 1982.
Orthogonius politus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Orthogoniinae. It was described by Chaudoir in 1871.
Curtomerus politus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Martins in 1995.
Ptychodes politus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Audinet-Serville in 1835.
Harpalus politus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Harpalinae. It was described by Dejean in 1829.
Trachyderes politus is a species of beetle in the Cerambycidae family. It was described by Bates in 1870.
Abacetus politus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Pterostichinae. It was described by Chaudoir in 1869.
Chiton politus, the tulip chiton, is a medium-sized polyplacophoran mollusc in the family Chitonidae, found on the coast of southern Africa.
In France, the species fly from July to August, where they also bred upon "Erigeron acer angulosus". In Austria they feed on "Erigeron alpinus", while in Norway they can't resist the taste of "Erigeron acer politus".
The specific name is derived in Latinized form from the Greek words "allos", meaning "foreign", and "topos", meaning "place". The name was chosen because "T. allotopus" is most south-western of the "T. politus" species group.
"C. politus" occurs along the south coast of Africa, from Cape Columbine in Namibia to the south coast of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. It is quite common and can usually be found as solitary individuals under rocks near the low tide mark. The original description by Lorenz Spengler recorded it at the Cape of Good Hope.
Toxomerus politus is a species of hoverfly (Diptera: Syrphidae). It is known from North, Central and South America. Although little is known about the early stages of this species, associations with corn have been noted. The adults and likely the larvae feed on the pollen of the corn plants.
The larvae feed on "Aster alpinus", "Aster amellus", "Aster bellidiastrum", "Erigeron acer" (including subspecies "politus"), "Erigeron uniflorus" and "Homogyne alpina". They mine the leaves of their host plant. The mine starts as a linear corridor, but becomes a blotch later. Pupation takes place outside of the mine. Larvae can be found in June. They are light green with a light brown head.
It is strange that Dupin should have called him "minus nitidus ac politus", for both in the words he employs and in their order he almost incurs the blame of preciosity. He is as strict as Cyprian as to the metrical cadences at the close of every sentence.