Synonyms for topsent or Related words with topsent

lendenfeld              obesa              nodulosa              dentifera              thielei              powelli              fenestrata              lirata              dohrni              boucheti              utinomi              bicarinata              latior              sublaevis              mammillata              bellula              rectangularis              pictipennis              distinguenda              pareuthria              consimilis              bellardi              braunsi              kilburni              imitatrix              basilewskyi              clenchi              mortenseni              distincta              unifasciata              angulosa              hervier              sibogae              radoszkowski              flavipennis              pallidula              simroth              kaliella              imperforata              costatus              torrida              crenulatus              wulp              hyalina              iridescens              verseveldt              keiseri              hessei              coxalis              galatheae             

Examples of "topsent"
Sollas died in November, 1965, aged 88. She is commemorated in the name "Igernella", a genus of sponges named by zoologist Émile Topsent in 1905.
Arnesen's contribution to sponges is acknowledged in the names of two species of sponges: "Gellius arnesenae" Arndt (1927) and "Anchinoe arneseni" Topsent (1913).
Émile-Eugène-Aldric Topsent (10 February 1862 – 22 September 1951) was a French zoologist known for his research of sponges. He was born in Le Havre.
Topsent described the Atlantic and Mediterranean sponge collections of Prince Albert I of Monaco in three volumes (1892, 1927 & 1928). He named numerous taxa new to science, and his work is considered to be the basis for the modern classification system of Porifera. One of his descriptions involved the hexactinellid sponge "Scolymastra joubini", a creature from Antarctic waters that is believed to have a lifespan of 10,000 years.
At 07:00, the four British ships and six French fought a confused melee while the French vanguard continued eastwards without pause and the slower portions of the British fleet struggled to come up in the light winds. The entire combat was slowly pulling closer to the fortified and rocky island of Groix close to which Villaret intended to shelter his fleet. Douglas in "Queen Charlotte" had been forced out of the engagement due to severe damage to his rigging and sails which made his ship unmanageable. At 07:14, he drifted past that shattered hull of "Alexandre", Captain Guillemet, opening fire briefly before surrendering as the first rate returned it with devastating effect. Even as his ship fell back however Douglas continued to engage the French at long range, turning the guns on "Peuple" and "Tigre", joined by "Sans Pareil" which attacked "Tigre" under Captain Jacques Bedout and forced it out the French formation with severe damage. Villaret again attempted to gather his forces in support of "Tigre", and even positionned his frigate ahead of his own fleeing ships in hope of cutting their retreat and forcing them to imitate his own manoeuvers, but in vain; "they would have passed over my very body had not representant Topsent taken command and prevented a collision", he wrote in his report. As "Tigre" fell out, "Queen" and "London" joined the attack on the isolated ship and Bedout was forced to surrender in the face of overwhelming odds. The French ship had been severely damaged, with of water in the hold, the masts and rigging badly torn and more than 130 men killed or wounded, including Bedout, who had been hit three times.