Synonyms for serraticornis or Related words with serraticornis

pictipennis              distinguenda              seyrigi              gibeaux              impressicollis              decellei              endroedyi              viettei              consimilis              caliginosa              luteipes              latipennis              nigritarsis              dentifera              triangulifera              venustula              liturata              laticollis              rufithorax              arniocera              zerny              elongatulus              westwoodi              subfasciata              oncocera              fairmairei              quadrinotata              cingalensis              subrosea              metallescens              annulicornis              alpheraky              draudt              rotundipennis              erschoff              fallaciosa              flavicosta              filicornis              ceylonica              fulvicornis              flavipennis              jansei              inquinata              fumosa              decolorata              paludella              pectinicornis              conradti              dargei              mentaxya             



Examples of "serraticornis"
"S. ligneus" is the most frequently collected species in the genus "Semiotus". Its closest relative is "Semiotus serraticornis".
Pterolophia serraticornis is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Breuning and de Jong in 1941.
Pediasia serraticornis is a species of moth in the Crambidae family. It is found in Spain, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Jordan, Syria and Israel.
Asthenotricha serraticornis is a moth in the family Geometridae. It is found in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Malawi, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda.
Mordellistena serraticornis is a species of beetle in the "Mordellistena" genus that is in the Mordellidae family. It was described by Horak in 1991.
The name cardinal beetle typically refers to three different species of beetles. The red-headed or 'common' cardinal beetle ("Pyrochroa serraticornis") is a red to orange beetle with, as the name suggests, a red head. It is about 20 mm long, and is found throughout Britain. The rarer black-headed cardinal beetle ("P. coccinea"), similarly found at sites across Britain, is larger and a deeper blood red. The scarce cardinal beetle ("Schizotus pectinicornis") also has a black head, but is smaller at around 9 mm long. The scarce cardinal is only found at a few sites in Scotland and Wales.
This lily beetle may be confused with the cardinal beetle ("Pyrochroa serraticornis"), which also has red elytra and a black underside. The wing cases of the lily leaf beetle are dimpled and are shinier and more rounded than those of the cardinal beetle, which are relatively dull, and narrower, flatter, and more elongated. The cardinal beetle also has comb-like antennae. The lily leaf beetle is herbivorous, while the cardinal beetle preys on insects. The lily leaf beetle is also confused with unspotted ladybirds, but it is narrower in shape.