Synonyms for sabulosa or Related words with sabulosa
Examples of "sabulosa"
is jumping spider that lives in Namibia.
is a moth in the Crambidae family. It is found in Mexico.
is a moth in the Cossidae family. It is found in Brazil (São Paulo).
is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Harpalinae. It was described by Motschulsky in 1850.
is a moth of the Noctuidae family. It is found on the Iberian Peninsula in Europe.
is a species of plant in the family Myristicaceae. It is a tree endemic to Borneo.
is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Scaritinae. It was described by W.S.Macleay in 1825.
These ichneumonid wasps have been observed apparently attempting to parasitize the sphecids "Ammophila
" and "Podalonia afﬁnis", but they also parasitize "Saturnia pyri".
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Pyramidellidae, the pyrams and their allies.
is a moth of the family Erebidae. It was described by Romieux in 1943. It is found in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia.
is a species of moth of the Tortricidae family. It is found in Australia, where it has been recorded from New South Wales and Queensland.
is a species of sea slug, a dorid nudibranch, shell-less marine opisthobranch gastropod mollusks in the family Discodorididae.
" is widely distributed across Europe with records from France, the Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Poland, Norway, Sweden and Finland. It is also found in the southern half of Britain.
is a shrub of the genus "Acacia" and the subgenus "Phyllodineae". It is native to an area in the Northern Territory and the Goldfields-Esperance and Pilbara regions of Western Australia.
is a moth of the Erebidae family. It is found from British Columbia south into the United States where it found as far east as Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and as far south as Arizona.
is a species of flowering plant in the family Martyniaceae known by the common names sanddune unicorn-plant, dune unicorn plant and dune devil's claw. It is native to Chihuahua in Mexico and New Mexico and Texas in the United States.
The range of the species is limited to western Victoria. The nominate subspecies is found from the eastern Grampians eastwards to Daylesford and southwards to the coast at Anglesea. "E. a.
" occurs from the central Grampians westwards to the Little Desert and south-westwards to Cavendish.
" is a large ( long) and striking solitary wasp with a very long narrow "waist" of two segments. The species can be told from "A. pubescens" (which is smaller, long) as the waist widens out very gradually into the "tail" of the abdomen. The pattern of the forewings also differs: the third submarginal cell makes broad contact with the cell to its front and the rear end of the abdomen has a faint metallic blue sheen. The whole body is black except for the front half of the "tail", which is orange.
, the red-banded sand wasp, is a species of the subfamily Ammophilinae of the hunting wasp family Sphecidae. Found in northern Europe, the wasp is notable for the mass provisioning behaviour of the females, hunting caterpillars mainly on sunny days, paralysing them with a sting, and burying them in a burrow with a single egg. The species is also remarkable for the extent to which females parasitise their own species, either stealing prey from nests of other females to provision their own nests, or in brood parasitism, removing the other female's egg and laying one of her own instead.
Carcross Desert is significantly drier than the surrounding region, receiving less than 50 cm of rain per year. This is due mainly in part to a rain shadow effect caused by surrounding mountains. As a result, several rare species of plant life have taken hold in the comparatively arid conditions. "Carex
", or Baikal sedge, is only known to exist in four other sites in North America, mainly existing in Asia. Yukon Lupine, also unusual for the surroundings, "grows like a weed." While the vegetation in the area currently locks much of the dune system in place, a large event such as a forest fire could easily clear out the vegetation and return the dunes to an active state.
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