Synonyms for venustum or Related words with venustum
Examples of "venustum"
is a species of orchid ranging from eastern Nepal to northeastern Bangladesh.
Until 2004 it was placed in genus "Centaurium" as "Centaurium
is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Calliostomatidae.
is a species of orchid endemic to Brazil (Rio de Janeiro, Paraná).
is a species of small sea snail, marine gastropod mollusk in the family Costellariidae, the ribbed miters.
is a species of bee in the family Megachilidae, the leaf-cutter, carder, or mason bees.
is a moth of the Sphingidae family. It is known from tropical and subtropical lowlands in Brazil.
is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Scaritinae. It was described by Sloane in 1897.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Guérin-Méneville in 1844.
" is found in temperate regions. It is distributed along the Northwest Pacific, primarily Japan. These sharks are oviparous; they lay eggs in pairs in which the embryos feed solely on yolk. This species is considered harmless to humans.
Many species are grown in the horticultural trade, including all three of the species mentioned, as well as a number of tropical species, "A. raddianum" and "A. peruvianum". Both "A. pedatum" and "A. aleuticum" are hardy to zone 3, and are by far the most cold-hardy members of the genus. "A.
" is also cold-hardy to zone 5. "A. capillus-veneris" is hardy to zone 7.
(evergreen maidenhair, Himalayan maidenhair) is a species of fern in the genus "Adiantum" of the family Adiantaceae, native to China and the Himalayas. It is a slow to established plant that usually grows on moist rocks and soil with good amount of humus and dead leaves. It is very hardy, largely evergreen to -10 °C, when it becomes deciduous. It is also known as black Hansraj in India for its black stalks at the fronds.
"O. peeli" is known from a single fossil that depicts a 41.3 mm-long organism with an egg-shaped carapace and a laterally compressed, paddle-shaped tail. It strongly resembles various members of the Maotianshan genus, "Vetulicola", in shape. It differs from "Vetulicola", in that the carapace is ornamented with numerous raised tubercles, similar to the ornamentation of "Beidazoon
". The taphonomy of the fossil also suggests that the integument of the animal was softer than that of either genus.
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