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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for castaneous

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Dichomeris badiolineariella The species name is derived from Latin "badi"- (meaning castaneous) and "lineari" (meaning linear).
Turbo castanea The operculum is castaneous within, with four rapidly increasing whorls. Its nucleus is one-third the distance across the face. The outer surface is convex and nearly smooth. It is white, or stained with brown and green around the middle.
Turbo artensis The castaneous operculum is slightly concave within. It contains three whorls. The nucleus is situated at one-third the distance across the face. Its outer surface is white, convex. Its center is obsoletely granulose, the outer part is obliquely striate.
Ceroprepes nigrolineatella The wingspan is about 29 mm. The forewings are light grey, but fuscous at the basal area, tinged with castaneous on the dorsal half. The costal half is thickly mixed with white except at the base. The hindwings are brownish white, but paler towards the basal and inner areas.
Camponotus niveosetosus They are dark grey to black in colour, with tellingly, copious stiff, almost snow-white hairs on the thorax and gaster. The antennae and tarsi are ferruginous, and the mandibles dark castaneous red. In addition to the thick and blunt white pilosity it is covered with a more yellowish, short and fine, decumbent pubescence.
Turbo jourdani The length of the shell varies between 75 mm and 240 mm. The large, solid, imperforate shell has an ovate-conic shape with an acute spire. The color of its epidermis is castaneous or olive. The eight whorls are rounded and increase regularly in size. The upper ones are 1-3-carinate, the lower transversely obsoletely lirate. The body whorl is large, ventricose, descending, nearly smooth, or with wide spiral ribs. The circular aperture is white within. The outer lip is thin. The arcuate columella is not expanded at its base.
Tegula corvus The size of the shell attains 9 mm. The rather thick shell is narrowly and profoundly perforate and has a conoid shape. It is dull cinereous, ornamented with castaneous radiating flammules. The six whorls are rather convex and spirally finely lirate. The lirae number 7 to 8 on the penultimate whorl, 5 on the preceding. The body whorl is rounded, compressed below the suture above, somewhat convex beneath, and provided with about 10 concentric lirae. The ovate aperture is slightly dilated, the lip plicatulate within. The arcuate columella is thin in the middle, concave and bears 2 or 3 tubercles below. The green columellar callus is thick,and slightly impinging upon the umbilicus.
Luzula nivalis "Luzula nivalis" is a relatively small perennial herbaceous plant (or "herb") which grows to heights of between in a caespitose fashion. "L. nivalis "has fibrous roots and ascending rhizomes, older plants have vertical stems either at ground level or underground; the plant base is straw-brown/pale castaneous brown in colour. The plant is subglabrous with erect, aerial stems and numerous alternate basal leaves. These crowded leaves are marcescent, flat, remain for many years, usually up to long and wide." L. nivalis" also has 1–2 cauline leaves which are long; both leaf types are grass-like, flat, linear, straight and possess parallel veins. The leaf tips are obtuse, acuminate, involute, caducous and slightly swollen. Both the blade adaxial and abaxial surfaces are glabrous, with sparse, white, non-glandular hairs along the blade margins.
Luzula nivalis The inflorescence of "Luzula nivalis" is congested in a single, dark, many-flowered head 0.8–1.0 × 0.6–0.9 cm in size; between 5–60 small flowers can be found in each inflorescence. This in turn is made up of 2-7 compact clusters, with the basal cluster sometimes on a long erecto-patent peduncle. The colour of the subglabrous, linear-lanceolate lower bract ranges from straw-brown to scarious; this bract is much shorter than the inflorescence at a length of . No pedicels are present. The dark brown bracteoles are ovate, obtuse and sparsely ciliate above with either dentate or lacerate margins, reaching a length of up to . "L. nivalis" has subequal and acute tepals long and castaneous to blackish brown in colour. The plant has six stamens as well as anthers long, filaments long, three styles long and stigmas long. "L. nivalis" produces a ovoid-trigonous seed capsule with exceeding tepals; capsule segments are blackish brown and 2.1–2.3 × c. 1.2 mm. The seeds themselves are ellipsoidal, smooth, brown and 1.0–1.2 × 0.6–0.7 mm in size. Basel appendages are fibrillate and up to 0.2 mm long. The fruit of "L. nivalis" is sessile and dry with a persistent and glabrous calyx.