Synonyms for velutinus or Related words with velutinus

gracilipes              debilis              lilacina              rubicunda              turneri              tenellus              ciliatus              calcicola              cincta              caesia              caliginosa              perrieri              interrupta              bispinosa              calcarata              foveolata              gracillima              atrata              horrida              connata              setigera              costaricensis              papillosa              curvipes              tessellatus              erubescens              papuana              complanata              sinuata              brevipes              pygmaea              inconspicuum              ellipticus              penicillata              propinqua              virgata              intricata              nitidula              eximia              tuberculata              arcuata              cinerascens              costata              sordida              confinis              pulchellus              colorata              hirtella              venusta              perplexa             



Examples of "velutinus"
The larvae feed on "Ceanothus velutinus" and "Holodiscus discolor".
"E. velutinus" has been found in Guatemala and Honduras.
"Ceanothus velutinus" is the most common member of this genus and is widespread throughout North America.
Gymnopilus velutinus is a species of mushroom in the Cortinariaceae family.
"Saropogon velutinus Carrera & Papavero, 1962." GBIF.org, 3 Nov. 2014. Web. .
Hybridisation with "Pachnodus niger" caused the extinction. Hybrids "Pachnodus niger × velutinus" still exist.
"Chisocheton velutinus" is endemic to Borneo. Its habitat is rain forests from sea-level to altitude.
Adenanthos velutinus, or velvet woollybush, is a shrub of the family Proteaceae native to Western Australia.
The larvae feed on the leaves of "Alnus", "Betula", "Quercus", "Populus", "Salix", "Ceanothus velutinus", "Chrysolepis chrysophylla" and "Rosoideae" species.
Tetragonoderus velutinus is a species of beetle in the family Carabidae. It was described by Motschulsky in 1864.
Poimenesperus velutinus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by White in 1858.
"C. velutinus" was known as "red root" by many Native American tribes due to the color of the inner root bark, and was used as a medicine for treating lymphatic disorders, ovarian cysts, fibroid tumors, and tonsillitis. Clinical studies of the alkaloid compounds in "C. velutinus" has verified its effectiveness in treating high blood pressure and lymphatic blockages.
Gonystylus velutinus grows as a tree up to tall, with a trunk diameter of up to . Bark is pale to reddish brown. The fruit is ellipsoid, brown, up to long. Its habitat is forest from sea-level to altitude. "G. velutinus" is found in Sumatra and Borneo.
The larvae feed on "Ceanothus crassifolius", "Ceanothus divaricatus", "Ceanothus integerrimus", "Ceanothus thyrsiflorus" and "Ceanothus velutinus". They mine the leaves of their host plant.
Chisocheton velutinus is a tree in the Meliaceae family. The specific epithet "" is from the Latin meaning "velvety", referring to the indumentum of the leaves and fruits.
The larvae feed on the foliage and flowers of various flowering trees and shrubs, including "Holodiscus discolor", "Ceanothus velutinus", "Arctostaphylos" and "Quercus" species.
Euderces velutinus is a Long-horned beetle native to Central America. It is a good ant mimic of the conspicuous species "Camponotus sericeiventris".
Perakanthus is a monotypic genus of flowering plants in the Rubiaceae family. The sole species is Perakanthus velutinus, which is endemic to Peninsular Malaysia.
Pluteus velutinus is a species of agaric fungus in the family Pluteaceae. Described as new to science in 2012, it is found in India.
Saropogon velutinus is a species of Brachycera in the family of Asilidae (assassin flies). The scientific name of the species was first published in 1962 Carrera & Papvero.