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Parnassius jacquemontii Parnassius jacquemontii, the keeled Apollo, is a high altitude butterfly which is found in India and Pakistan. It is a member of the snow Apollo genus ("Parnassius") of the swallowtail family (Papilionidae). It is also fairly common at high altitudes from Chitral to Kumaon.
Sporobolus jacquemontii Sporobolus jacquemontii, commonly known as American rat's tail grass, is a species of grass native to the southeastern United States, Central and South America. It has become a weed in Queensland in Australia.
Arisaema jacquemontii The species is tall and wide. The flowers bloom from June to July which are dioecious and bisexual. They are being pollinated by various flies.
Acacia jacquemontii This shrub also plays an important role in stabilizing the sand dunes of its native desert habitat. The wood is valuable as firewood because it produces a large amount of heat. The branches are used in construction of huts and fences and the sturdy roots are used as rope.
Parnassius jacquemontii Male upperside: pale creamy white; both wings irrorated with diffuse black scales; body, base of the wings and the dorsum of hindwing clothed with long white hairs. Forewing: the irroration of black scales most dense along the costal margin and at base of cell, more sparse on the disc; the apical two thirds of the cell, a portion beyond the middle of interspace 1, and the bases of interspaces 4, 5, 8 and 9 markedly free of the diffuse black scales; a transverse short bar across the middle of cell, another along the discocellulars, and a diffuse transverse series of postdiscal lunules, black; three or four crimson spots encircled with black arranged as follows: one midway in interspace 1, two, sometimes three, beyond apex of cell in an oblique line from the costa; the terminal margin broadly hyaline, with minute black specks at the apices of the veins; cilia white. Hindwing: base and dorsal margin beneath the white hairs densely and broadly irrorated with black scales, the inner edge of this border irregular, rest of the wing with more diffuse black scaling; five or six black-encircled crimson spots as follows: two, sometimes three, obliquely above the tornus, these or one of them occasionally white-centred; one in the middle of interspaces 5 and 7 respectively, these are generally centred with white; and one pure crimson spot at the extreme base of the wing; the postdiscal series of black lunules are as on the forewing, but the lunules are not so well defined and generally separate from one another; finally there is no distinct hyaline border to the wing, but the cream-white scaling extends to the termen; terminal black specks to the veins and white cilia as on the forewing. Underside: shining, with more or less of a glazed appearance; markings much as on the upperside, but indicated as much by those of the upperside which show through as by actual scaling; in addition on the hindwing there is a subbasal transverse series of four dull crimson spots while the crimson spots beyond are all more or less white centred. Antennae deep brownish black, rarely with a few white specks on the underside; head, thorax and abdomen beneath the covering of white hairs, black.
Allium jacquemontii Allium jacquemontii is a plant species native to India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Xizang (Tibet) and Xinjiang. It grows high in the mountains at elevations of 4000–4500 m.
Arisaema jacquemontii Arisaema jacquemontii is a species of flowering plant from Araceae family that can be found growing on rocky slopes and in the forests on the elevation of in 'Afghanistan, East Asia and Himalayas. The species name refers to French botanist Victor Jacquemont.
Acacia jacquemontii Acacia jacquemontii, known as Baonḷī (), is a species of "Acacia" native to the Thar Desert of India. The species name refers to French botanist Victor Jacquemont. It is an erect shrub usually to high, with multiple shoots coming from below ground. It commonly grows on dry sandy soils. It is very hardy, being capable of standing extremes of temperature and excessive drought. It is frost-hardy and coppices well. It is a fodder plant along with "Ziziphus nummularia", which occurs in association with it.
Acacia jacquemontii This plant has a number of traditional medicinal uses, including treatment of snakebite, induction of abortion, and for chronic renal disease.
Parnassius jacquemontii Female. Similar, generally darker with the irroration of black scales more dense; the crimson spots are often larger and more brilliant. Anal pouch after fertilization "ovally scoop-shaped in front, convex beneath," furnished with a sharp high carina posteriorly.