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P. robusta

P. robusta may refer to: Pandesma robusta, a moth species found in the South of Europe, throughout Africa and from Asia Minor to India and Pakistan Protarchaeopteryx robusta, a turkey-sized feathered theropod dinosaur species from China Pancheria ...

                                               

M. rubra

M. rubra may refer to: Miomantis rubra, a praying mantis species Microhyla rubra, a narrow-mouthed frog species found in India Morus rubra, the red mulberry, a plant species native to eastern North America Marmosa rubra, the red mouse opossum, a ...

                                               

Velum

Frenulum of superior medullary velum, a slightly raised white band passing to the superior medullary velum Superior medullary velum, anterior medullary velum or valve of Vieussens, white matter, in the brain, which stretches between the superior ...

                                               

Pedicle

Pedicle of vertebral arch, the segment between the transverse process and the vertebral body, and is often used as a radiographic marker and entry point in vertebroplasty and kyphoplasty procedures Hilum of kidney, also called the renal pedicle P ...

                                               

List of butterflies of China (Riodinidae)

This is a list of the butterflies of China belonging to the family Riodinidae and an index to the species articles. This forms part of the full list of butterflies of China.

                                               

Cynopterinae

The subfamily Cynopterinae comprises 24 species of pteropodid bats distributed exclusively in South and Southeast Asia. The subfamily contains the following genera: Cynopterus – dog-faced fruit bats or short-nosed fruit bats Megaerops Thoopterus ...

                                               

Muranotrichea

Muranotrichea is a class of free-living marine anaerobic ciliates, that, together with the classes Parablepharismea and Armophorea, form a major clade of obligate anaerobes within the SAL group. Muranotrichea are medium to large, elongated holotr ...

                                               

Amplified magnetic resonance imaging

Amplified magnetic resonance imaging is an MRI method which is coupled with video magnification processing methods to amplify the subtle spatial variations in MRI scans, to enable better visualization of tissue motion. aMRI can enable better visu ...

                                               

Robo-Dog

Robo-Dog is a 2015 American direct-to-video film directed by Jason Murphy, written by Anthony Steven Giordano and stars Patrick Muldoon, Olivia dAbo, Michael Campion, Wallace Shawn and James Arnold Taylor as the voice of Robo-Dog. It was released ...

                                               

Louis Despreaux Saint-Sauveur

Jean-Marie Despreaux or Louis Despreaux Saint-Sauveur, born on 20 December 1794 in Fougeres and deceased on 27 November 1843 in Mexico City, was a French botanist.

                                               

Baie de la Dauphine

Baie de la Dauphine is a natural harbour located on the Loranchet Peninsula, at the North-West of the island of Grande Terre in the Kerguelen Islands.

                                               

HEARTBEAT (video game)

In Heartbeat, the player controls conjurer Eve Staccato as she travels throughout the Outset with the aid of various Mog. The party is met with a variety of feral Mog, triggering battles following a traditional turn-based role-playing game battle ...

                                               

Melamchi Water Supply Project

Melamchi Water Supply Project is a project to supply drinking water to Kathmandu by diverting 170 million liters of water per day. The project started in 1998 and still is under construction as of 2020. The intake of this project is located in Me ...

                                               

Paper cut

A paper cut occurs when a piece of paper or other thin, sharp material slices a persons skin. Paper cuts, though named from paper, can also be caused by other thin, stiff, and abrasive materials. Although a loose paper sheet is usually too soft t ...

                                               

Lucidus

Lucidus may refer to: Phalacrocorax lucidus or white-breasted cormorant, a bird species Cyanerpes lucidus or shining honeycreeper, a bird species Orthogonius lucidus, a species of ground beetle Ananas lucidus, a plant species related to the pinea ...

                                               

Parvulus

Oxybrycon parvulus, a frog species Phrynobatrachus parvulus, a frog species Stygiotrechus parvulus, a beetle species Duncanius parvulus, a beetle species Buckleria parvulus, a moth species Telephanus parvulus, a beetle species Stolonis parvulus, ...

                                               

Southmoor Nature Reserve

Southmoor Nature Reserve is a 11-hectare nature reserve in Havant in Hampshire. It is managed by the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust. It is part of Langstone Harbour, which is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and a Nature Conserva ...

                                               

Rain frog

Rain frog may refer to one of the following: Eleutherodactylidae, a family of frogs in the Americas Eleutherodactylus in Neotropics Black rain frog Breviceps fuscus in Africa Breviceps in Africa Brevicipitidae Scaphiophryne in Madagascar Craugast ...

                                               

Mottled frog

Mottled frog may refer to: Oriente mottled frog Eleutherodactylus simulans, a species of frog in the family Leptodactylidae endemic to Cuba Mottled shovelnose frog Hemisus marmoratus, a frog in the family Hemisotidae found in Africa Adlers mottle ...

                                               

Burrowing frog

Burrowing frog may refer to several fossorial frog species: Moquards burrowing frog Scaphiophryne calcarata, a frog in the family Microhylidae endemic to Madagascar Mexican burrowing toad Rhinophrynus dorsalis, a frog in the family Rhinophrynidae ...

                                               

Green toad

Green toad can refer to multiple species of toad, all formerly included in the genus Bufo: Bufotes, the Eurasian green toads or Palearctic green toads, several species from Europe, Asia and northern Africa Anaxyrus retiformis, the Sonoran green t ...

                                               

Muisca (disambiguation)

Muisca people are indigenous people in Colombia. Muisca may also refer to: Muisca genus, a checkered beetle genus Muisca bitaeniata, the type species of this genus Chibcha language, the language of the Muisca, also called "Muisca", "Mosca" or "Mu ...

                                               

M. spectabilis

M. spectabilis may refer to: Myelobia spectabilis, a moth species Mopalia spectabilis, a mollusc species Murex spectabilis, a sea snail species Melanophryniscus spectabilis, a toad species Madhuca spectabilis, a tree species Melaleuca spectabilis ...

                                               

Coccoid

Coccoid means shaped like or resembling a coccus, that is, spherical. The noun coccoid or coccoids may refer to: some green algae, like the desmids and the former Chlorococcales now in several orders within the division Chlorophyta some dinoflage ...

                                               

Clamshell

Clamshell may denote anything resembling the bivalve shell of a clam: Clamshell case, a type of box for storing paper items in archives may also refer to either of the two uses above - electronics or packaging Clamshell Falls, a waterfall in Aust ...

                                               

Anentome

Anentome is a genus of freshwater snails with opercula, aquatic gastropod mollusks in the family Nassariidae, a family, almost all of the rest of which are marine.

                                               

LSMEM2

Leucine rich single-pass membrane protein 2 is a protein that in humans is encoded by the LSMEM2 gene. The LSMEM2 protein is conserved in mammals, aves, and reptiles. In humans, LSMEM2 is found to be highly expressed in the heart and skeletal mus ...

                                               

Nicobar

Nicobar shrew Nicobar flying fox Nicobar sparrowhawk Nicobar scops-owl Nicobar long-tailed macaque Nicobar bulbul Central Nicobar serpent eagle South Nicobar serpent eagle Nicobar parakeet Nicobar treeshrew Nicobar pigeon Nicobar crow Nicobar meg ...

                                               

T. montana

T. montana may refer to: Thyretes montana, a moth of the family Erebidae Trochocarpa montana, mountain tree heath, an Australian shrub Trifurcula montana, a moth of the family Nepticulidae Trichosalpinx montana, an orchid Thermopsis montana, moun ...

                                               

Polyides rotunda

Polyides rotunda grows to 20 cm 7.9 in length, its cartilaginous, terete and branches two or three times dichotomously. The branches are about 2 mm 0.079 in diameter reaching a uniform height. The holdfast is disc like. In colour it is purplish red.

                                               

L. cristata

L. cristata may refer to: Lagerstroemia cristata, a species of plant in the genus Lagerstroemia Lepiota cristata, a species of mushroom in the genus Lepiota commonly called the stinking dapperling Lasiodora cristata, a species of tarantula in the ...

                                               

A. elegans

A. elegans may refer to: Acrogenotheca elegans, a fungus species found in Australia and New Zealand Aeger elegans, a fossil prawn species Adeorbis elegans, a gastropod species Agathosma elegans, a plant species Allogalathea elegans, the feather s ...

                                               

Micromitrium

Micromitrium is a genus of haplolepideous mosses in the monotypic family Micromitriaceae. The genus Micrometrium was previously placed in family Pottiaceae in order Pottiales.

                                               

PCHS

The initials PCHS can stand for one of several different schools: Paulding County High School Pasquotank County High School Pinecrest High School Paramus Catholic High School Parkway Central High School Pierrefonds Comprehensive High School Prudh ...

                                               

Kinnikinnick (disambiguation)

Kinnikinnick is a smoking product utilizing either the leaf or inner bark of any of the below plants, typically mixed with other plant materials, such as tobacco and/or berries. Kinnikinnick, kinnikinic, kinnikinick, etc. may refer to:

                                               

List of lakes of Ontario: B

Barn Lake Bikerace Lake, Thunder Bay District Baxter Lake Lanark County Baggy Lake Barefoot Lakes Baker Lake Haliburton County Bass Lake Central Frontenac Bailey Lake Muskoka District Bare Tent Lake Balfour Lake Sudbury District Bat Lake Minden H ...

                                               

Anigozanthos rufus

Anigozanthos rufus is a grass-like perennial herb native to the southern coasts of Western Australia. common names include Red Kangaroo Paw, Crimson Kangaroo Paw, and Backdraft.

                                               

Cardamom mosaic virus

Green cardamom is one of the worlds very ancient spices. Known as the" Queen of spices”, because of their aroma and flavor, it is one of the most exotic and highly priced spices. It is the worlds third most expensive spice after vanilla and saffr ...

                                               

Sword grass

Sword grass may refer to: Gahnia species Poa ensiformis Imperata cylindrica cogon grass Some species of grasses with blades that are sharp enough to cut human skin this is because they contain many silica phytoliths, a hardening material in many ...

                                               

Schoenus triticoides

Schoenus triticoides is a species with ivory coloured culm bases and leaf sheaths, which are open and membranaceous. The inflorescence of this species is a relatively long and straw coloured spike-like panicle that somewhat resembles the flowerin ...

                                               

Schoenus purpurascens

Schoenus purpurascens is a species of sedge endemic to the mountains of the southwestern part of the Western Cape Province of South Africa, with its distribution centered around the Caledon area.

                                               

Schoenus prophyllus

The key diagnostic character of S. prophyllus is its well-developed, firm, shiny spikelet prophylls with relatively long mucros compared to other species in the Schoenus cuspidatus group. Other species in the S. cuspidatus group that are similar ...

                                               

Schoenus calceolus

A unique diagnostic character of S. calceolus is the flat culm bases held together by a thin translucent sheath, which can sometimes be twisted. Schoenus calceolus has ovate spikelets that are similar in form to those of Schoenus prophyllus and S ...

                                               

Schoenus bracteosus

Schoenus bracteosus has firm primary inflorescence bracts that enclose its spikes and culm bases that are firm and non-viscous. This species also has short hairs on its spikelet glumes. The flowering heads of S. bracteosus resemble those of Schoe ...

                                               

Schoenus crassiculmis

Schoenus crassiculmis is a species of sedge endemic to the mountains of the Western Cape Province of South Africa. Few collections of this species have also been made from western areas of the Eastern Cape Province.

                                               

Schoenus compactus

The main distinguishing morphological characters of S. compactus are its short, dense and compact or congested inflorescences and its firm sheaths and ligules. Schoenus compactus closely resembles Schoenus auritus, but the former species has firm ...

                                               

Schoenus albovaginatus

The key diagnostic character of S. albovaginatus is its ivory-colored, membranaceous leaf sheaths. The inflorescence of S. albovaginatus is short and congested, appearing compressed between its lower primary inflorescence bracts. Another key morp ...

                                               

Schoenus comparoides

Schoenus comparoides was initially included in the circumscription of Schoenus compar because of the morphological similarities between the two species. However, S. comparoides lacks the viscous culm bases that are evident in S. compar. A second ...

                                               

R. californica

R. californica may refer to: Rafinesquia californica, the California chicory or California plumeseed, a flowering plant species native to most of the southwestern United States as far north as Oregon and to Baja California in Mexico Rhamnus calif ...

                                               

S. laevis

S. laevis may refer to: Shorea laevis, a plant species found in Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar and Thailand Sporolactobacillus laevis, an anaerobic Gram-positive bacterium species in the genus Sporolactobacillus Serrata laevis, a sea snail species ...