Synonyms for tenuicornis or Related words with tenuicornis
Examples of "tenuicornis"
is a moth of the Zygaenidae family.
is an insect species in the genus "Elenchus".
is a species of carrion beetle found in eastern Nepal. First described scientifically by Yoshihiko Kurosawa in 1985, "E.
" is the only species in the genus "Eonecrophorus".
The three neotropical species "F. orizabensis", "F.
" and "F. vespiformis" are closely related.
(common name: long-horned groundhopper) is a member of the Tetrigidae family.
, the long-horned soldier, is a European species of soldier fly.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Bates in 1884.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Komiya in 1984.
is a species of centipedes in the family Scutigeridae. It is endemic to Sri Lanka.
is a moth of the Gelechiidae family. It is found in the United States from Washington to California.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Casey in 1913.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae, the only species in the genus Lianema.
is a species of beetle in the "Mordellistena" genus that is in the Mordellidae family. It was described by Schilsky in 1899.
is a species of burrowing water beetle in the subfamily Noterinae. It was described by Chevrolat in 1863 and is found in Cuba.
" is strongly sexually dimorphic. The male has a black thorax and black abdomen , and no yellow pattern except on the notopleural suture and postalar callus. Legs mostly black. The female has an extensively yellow mesopleuron , and a yellow scutellum. Legs of the female are mainly orange.
Of the nine species of Orthoptera identified, two are considered heritage: the sickle-bearing bush cricket ("Phaneroptera falcata"), rare in the region, enjoys the dry and high herbaceous areas and the long-horned groundhopper ("Tetrix
") is a pioneer species of poor vegetation settings.
Wood small-reed ("Calamagrostis epigejos") is present in the center of the site and threatens to spread into herbaceous areas. It compromises sustainability of stations, including "man orchid" and "bee orchid" populations. Two distinct zones can be distinguished. The first, where the wood small-reed has a very high rate of recovery, is not hosting any heritage value. It is mowed early and disposed of. Grazing is not possible at the moment. The second, on the contrary, not densely colonized by this plant is much more of a fragile situation due to the presence of orchids and the sickle-bearing bush cricket or long-horned groundhopper. Differentiated management is applied depending on the issues. At orchid stations, slight thinning is done early by hand pruning. The less dense areas where the grass is sparse (conducive to the long-horned groundhopper ("Tetrix
")) are pulled. In the newly opened areas, a systematic and annual pulling avoids expansion. Finally, dense areas, well exposed, are left in that state.
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