Synonyms for selysi or Related words with selysi

lieftincki              microstigma              ceylanica              denticollis              brevipennis              annulicornis              triangulifera              heliaeschna              bifasciata              chopardi              bispina              archibasis              guttulata              flavicornis              picturata              lirata              bischoffi              tillyardi              fruhstorferi              alboguttata              strigata              disjuncta              clavicornis              immaculatus              segregata              biseriata              sahlbergi              prodasineura              aurulenta              oblita              lipophrys              kimminsi              melecta              selys              constrictus              klugii              pallidula              atomarius              cingalensis              dufourea              centrostephanus              praeusta              latreillei              vittigera              tenebrosa              argiocnemis              distinguenda              albomarginatus              irrorata              helvola             



Examples of "selysi"
Celaenorrhinus selysi is a butterfly in the Hesperiidae family. It is found in the south-eastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
This species can be easily confused with "Formica fusca", "Formica fuscocinerea" and "Formica selysi". The distinction of these species is very difficult and it is only possible under the microscope.
Phyllogomphus selysi is a species of dragonfly in the family Gomphidae. It is found in Angola, Botswana, Cameroon, the Republic of the Congo, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and possibly Burundi. Its natural habitat is rivers.
Ants are eusocial organisms - the individuals of the species work together to survive, produce the next generation, and accomplish tasks which cannot be accomplished alone. Unlike other ants, the genus "Formica" does not have separate castes, which are based on an individual's specialization and morphology. For example, "F. selysi", a species native to floodplains, has developed a method to deal with flooding. Individual ants come together to form a living raft to survive the flood. Individual ants tend to take the position in the raft which they held in the past. This return to the same role in the raft is an example of specialization.