Synonyms for rufithorax or Related words with rufithorax

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Examples of "rufithorax"
Malgassesia rufithorax is a moth of the family Sesiidae. It is known from Madagascar.
Lebedodes rufithorax is a moth in the Cossidae family. It is found in South Africa.
Cycnoderus rufithorax is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Gounelle in 1911.
Leptomyrmex rufithorax is a species of ant in the genus "Leptomyrmex". Described by Forel in 1915, the species is endemic to Australia.
Ouedia is a genus of spiders in the Linyphiidae family. It was first described in 1992 by Bosmans & Abrous. , it contains only one species, Ouedia rufithorax.
Teinobasis is a genus of damselflies in the family Coenagrionidae. Species occur in south-eastern Asia, Indonesia, Solomon Islands and Micronesia; one species, "T. rufithorax", is found in Australia.
Hecyra tenebrioides is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Fåhraeus in 1872. It is known from Namibia, Malawi, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Mozambique. It contains the varietas "Hecyra tenebrioides var. rufithorax".
The wingspan is 30–38 mm. Forewing brownish-fuscous, or, like "obscura" Haw., redbrown, but without so much of the grey tinge; a black streak from base below cell, and another above inner margin near base; (these though well marked in its aberrations "submissa" and "remissa" are not visible in typical "obscura"); often a blackish streak on submedian fold between the two lines; reniform stigma externally edged with white; the terminal area not so dark, more dusted with grey; the submarginal line not acutely angled below middle; — the form with black streak on submedian fold, sometimes with a paler basal and submarginal areas, as in "remissa" Hbn, is the ab. "secalina" Haw.; — ab. "rufithorax" ab. nov. [Warren], agreeing in both respects with "secalina", has besides the whole head and thorax including
The "Angiopolybia" genus of tropical social wasps contains four different species. The wasp is within the Epinoni tribe and is a basal swarm founding wasp. A swarm founding wasp is a wasp that finds its nest by sending out a group of wasps going out to find a new nest site. It is considered a eusocial wasp. Most social wasps have the unique characteristics of a caste system in which the queen wasp is the primary producer of offspring. This characteristic of a caste system is evident in the behavior of "A.pallens. "Lepeletier originally discovered the species in 1836. He classified the wasps under a different genus "Rhopalidia" and when he discovered the wasps he also found another species under the name of "R. rufithorax". The species was later transferred to the "Angiopolybia" genus that shared with "A. paranesis, A. obidensis, and A. zischkai". These species are widespread in the Amazon and extend from Costa Rica to Bolivia.