Synonyms for vittatus or Related words with vittatus
Examples of "vittatus"
It was originally described as "Puntius
" by F. Day in 1865, and has also been referred to in scientific literature as "Barbus
". The word ""
"" means "striped lengthwise", and is pronounced "vy-TAH-tus".
In Lake Kariba the most important predator on the Lake Tanganyika sardine is "Hydrocynus
", and the population in Lake Kariba increased following the introduction of the sardines. The diet of "H.
" changed and as much as 70% of the food eaten by "H.
" consisted of sardines by 1971. "H.
" predation appears to be most intense at dawn and dusk when they were seen feeding on sardines at the surface at these times.
is a European species of hoverfly.
is a species of scorpion in Buthidae family.
was first described in 1861 as "Culex
" from specimens collected on Corsica. In 2000, the species was transferred to the newly erected subgenus "Fredwardsius" as the type (and only) species representing the subgenus.
is a species of frog in the Mantellidae family.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae.
is a species of frog in the Rhacophoridae family.
is a species of beetle in the family Elateridae and the genus "Athous".
" is a scavenger and mostly feeds on detritus that it finds on the seabed.
The laced woodpecker ("Picus
") is a species of bird in the family Picidae.
is a species of frog in the Alsodidae family.
" is classified as "Range Restricted" by the New Zealand Threat Classification System.
The larvae feed on "Agelanthus zizyphifolius
", "Agelanthus subulatus" and "Englerina inaequilatera".
The forest shield bug ("Oncacontias
") is a shield bug endemic to New Zealand.
"B. batasio" appears to mimic "Mystus
", with which it inhabits the same habitat.
This species infects the striped basilisk ("Basiliscus
"), "Basiliscus plumbifrons" and "Iguana iguana rhinolopha".
" on the other hand has a ND2 DNA sequence resembling that of "Lamprologus congoensis" and "L. teugelsi". But "T.
" does not at all appear very similar to these species, and in fact may well be closer to "T. bifrenatus" and "T. brichardi" than to "T. temporalis". That would mean that male ancestors of "T.
" had successfully interbred with female "Lamprologus" after the lineage of the former had diverged from its relatives.
The bay-backed shrike ("Lanius
") is a member of the bird family Laniidae, the shrikes, resident in South Asia.
is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Reiche in 1839.
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