Synonyms for sinuate or Related words with sinuate
Examples of "sinuate"
The species name refers to the
'Incisa' has leaves irregularly
-incised, with long pointed teeth.
The gills are dark rust-brown; broad, distant and shallowly
The name comes from the way local waterways
like horse bristles during the wet season.
refers to the
caudal margin of the uncus in the male genitalia.
the basal one-third and an orange one somewhat
in the outer one-third.
Hindwing: The termen is sometimes weakly
, sometimes rounded; medially semi-translucent with darkish grey-brown colour.
The gills are salmon pink and
. The spores are pink. The stem is light brown, longitudinally fibrous and slender.
The species name is derived from the Latin "sinuo" (meaning bend) and refers to the
free saccular extension of the male genitalia.
The wingspan is about 20–22 mm. The ground colour of the wings is yellow, with a
antemedial line and a fine postmedial line on the forewings.
"Psilocybe zapotecorum" gills are a cream color when young and violet brown in age, with an attachment that is
or adnate, and sometimes subdecurrent.
The specific name is derived from Latin "sinuatus" (meaning bend or curve) and refers to the
apex of the lateral anellar arms in the male.
It is unique within the genus in having a simple forewing pattern that consists of only a slightly
, dark-brown postmedial line and a solid-colored hindwing.
The species name is taken from the Latin word "sinuosus" (meaning many bends) and refers to the
lateral margin of the white forewing triangle.
The size of an adult shell varies between 11 mm and 22 mm. The shell is wax-yellow. It is narrowly
with the anal sinus pretty deep.
The larvae feed on "Glochidion ferdinandi". They mine the leaves of their host plant. The mine consists of a long broad
gallery. The cocoon is white.
It may be confused with the poisonous "Entoloma sinuatum" both in Europe or North America, though this species has pink
The specific name is derived from Greek "ichnion" (meaning a small track or trail) and refers to the pale,
streak on the forewing.
The wingspan is 12-13 mm. The forewings are fuscous with a dark fuscous basal patch occupying two-fifths of the wing, edged by an irregularly
cloudy line of whitish-ochreous suffusion. The second discal stigma is well marked, transverse and dark fuscous and there is a small whitish spot on the costa at four-fifths, where an irregularly
cloudy whitish-ochreous line runs to the dorsum before the tornus. The hindwings are grey.
Burmagomphus pyramidalis (
clubtail) is a species of dragonfly in the family Gomphidae. It is found in India, and Sri Lanka. There are 2 subspecies, where they are geographically separated.
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