Synonyms for remyi or Related words with remyi

perrieri              confinis              lilacina              velutinus              pierrei              gracilipes              puncticollis              involuta              calcaratus              curvipes              obesa              excisa              delicatula              setulosa              robustior              cuspidatus              turneri              propinqua              interrupta              papuana              sinuosa              caliginosa              schinz              gracilior              debilis              consobrina              laticollis              helvola              segregata              reducta              sublaevis              concinnus              calcarata              foveolata              emarginatus              phaea              ciliatus              weberi              appendiculata              cincta              humbertii              rubicunda              unifasciata              sylvicola              lateritia              denticulata              fenestratus              kivuensis              angulosa              geayi             



Examples of "remyi"
Nānū or Remy's gardenia (Gardenia remyi) is a species of flowering tree in the madder family, Rubiaceae.
Pelocharis remyi is a species of beetle in the family Carabidae, the only species in the genus Pelocharis.
Euphorbia remyi (syn. "Chamaesyce remyi") is a rare species of flowering plant in the euphorb family known by the common name Remy's sandmat. It is endemic to the island of Kauai in Hawaii, where it grows in mixed mesic forests, wet forests and bogs from . Like other Hawaiian euphorbs, this plant is known locally as akoko.
Hypnophila remyi is a species of small air-breathing land snail, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Cochlicopidae. This species is endemic to France.
Guzmania remyi is a species of plant in the Bromeliaceae family. It is endemic to Ecuador. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests and subtropical or tropical moist montane forests.
Platydesma remyi, the Hawai'i pilo kea, is a species of plant in the Rutaceae family. It is endemic to the island of Hawaii. It is threatened by habitat loss.
Trachelipus remyi is a species of woodlouse in the genus "Trachelipus" belonging to the family Trachelipodidae that can be found in former Yugoslavian states such as Kosovo, Montenegro, and Serbia.
There are two remaining varieties of this species, vars. "remyi" and "kauaiensis", both of which were federally listed as endangered species in 2010. The third variety, var. "hanaleiensis", has been declared extinct, having not been located since the nineteenth century.
This is a shrub growing up to 1.3 meters long and bearing solitary flowers. It grows in moist or wet shrublands on three ridges on West Maui. It is always found alongside its relative, "Lysimachia remyi".
Cyanea remyi is a rare species of flowering plant in the bellflower family known by the common name Remy's cyanea. It is endemic to Hawaii, where it is known only from the island of Kauai. It is a federally listed endangered species of the United States. Like other "Cyanea", it is known as haha in Hawaiian.
Remy's pygmy shrew ("Suncus remyi") is a species of mammal in the family Soricidae. It is found in Cameroon, the Central African Republic, the Republic of the Congo, and Gabon. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forests. It is threatened by habitat loss.
There are at least two varieties of the species. One, var. "remyi", is a federally listed endangered species in the United States. It is known only from the island of Lanai, but no individuals are currently known to exist, and it may have become extinct in the wild. Some plants are kept at the National Tropical Botanic Garden on Kauai.
Tetramolopium remyi is a rare species of flowering plant in the aster family known by the common names Awalua Ridge tetramolopium and Remy's tetramolopium. It is endemic to Hawaii, where today it is known only from the island of Lanai. It is believed to be extirpated on the island of Maui, having not been observed there since 1944. It is threatened by habitat degradation caused by deer, Mouflon, and introduced species of plants. It is a federally listed endangered species of the United States.
This is a shrub or tree growing up to 8 meters tall. There are narrow leaves and clusters of flowers along the branches. It grows in moist and wet habitat on mountain ridges. It is found alongside other forest plants including "Antidesma platyphyllum" (hame), "Broussaisia arguta" (kanawao), "Chamaesyce remyi" (akoko), "Cheirodendron fauriei" (olapa), "Cyanea fissa" (haha), "Cyrtandra pickeringii" (haiwale), "Dubautia laxa" (naenae pua melemele), "Embelia pacifica" (kilioe), "Freycinetia arborea" ('i.e. 'i.e.), "Kadua affinis" (manono), "Lobelia kauaiensis" (pue), "Machaerina angustifolia" (uki), "Melicope feddei" (alani), "Melicope waialealae" (alani wai), "Perrottetia sandwicensis" (olomea), "Psychotria hexandra" (kopiko), "Psychotria mariniana" (kopiko), "Psychotria wawrae" (kōpiko), "Sphenomeris chinensis" (palaa), and
The fauna of the CRA consists of 209 mammal species, of which two are endemic and 11 are threatened. The threatened species listed in the 2004 IUCN Red List of Threatened Animals are: endangered species namely, common chimpanzee ("Pan troglodytes"), gorilla ("Gorilla gorilla"), giant African water shrew ("Potamogale velox"), red colobus ("Procolobus badius") and wild dog ("Lycaon pictus"); and the vulnerable species are African elephant ("Loxodonta africana"), African golden cat ("Profelis aurata"), cheetah ("Acinonyx jubatus"), Gounda mouse ("Mus goundae"); endemic species are Hun shrew ("Crocidura attila"), lion ("Panthera leo"), and Oubangui mouse ("Mus oubanguii"), red-fronted gazelle ("Gazella rufifrons") and spotted-necked otter ("Lutra maculicollis]"). The Gabon dwarf shrew ("Suncus remyi"), which was critically endangered in the past is now a species of least concern.