Synonyms for speciosus or Related words with speciosus
Examples of "speciosus"
" is a cormous perennial growing to tall.
" is cultivated as an ornamental plant.
The host plant of this species is "Cheilocostus
is a species of beetles from the family Anthribidae, also known as fungus weevils.
"Bartonella silvatica", a related species isolated from the large Japanese field mouse ("Apodemus
is a species of millipede from Julidae family that is endemic to Greece.
is a mosquito species in the genus "Toxorhynchites" found in Australia.
is a species of fungus in the genus "Hygrophorus".
The larvae feed on "Oxyanthus monteiroi", "Oxyanthus
" and "Randia axillare".
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae.
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Raphitomidae.
" R.Br. ex Lindl. is the basionym. Other synonyms include:
According to the classification proposed by Lexemuel Ray Hesler and Alexander H. Smith in their 1979 monograph of North American "Lactarius" species, "L. repraesentaneus" belongs in the stirps "
" of the section "Aspideini", of the subgenus "Piperites" of genus "Lactarius". Other species in stirps "
" include "L. dispersus", "L. subtorminosus", and "L.
", all of which have a hairy cap edge. Singer's 1986 classification of the Agaricales does not divide subsection "Aspideini" into stirpes, instead grouping "Lactarius repraesentaneus" with "L. aspideus", "L. uvidus", "L. luridis", "L. psammicola", and "L.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Gounelle in 1909.
The large Japanese field mouse ("Apodemus
") is a nocturnal species of rodent in the family Muridae.
, is a species of spider of the genus "Diallomus". It is endemic to Sri Lanka.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Klug in 1825.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae, the only species in the genus Glycobius.
It is important not to confuse "Costus
", "C. spectabilis" etc. with the herb known by the common name "costus".
grows as either a shrub up to tall or as a liana up to long, with a stem diameter up to . Its flowers feature a white turning orange corolla, red-streaked on the inside. Vernacular names for the plant include "common poison rope" and "forest poison rope ". Habitats are forests and their margins from to altitude. Local medicinal uses of "S.
" include snakebite treatment. The plant has also been used as arrow poison. "S.
" is native to Zimbabwe, South Africa and Swaziland. It contains the toxic glycoside strophanthin.
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