Top 10 similar words or synonyms for larvatus

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for larvatus

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Demagogus larvatus Demagogus larvatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae, and the only species in the genus Demagogus. It was described by Thomson in 1868, and is found in Kenya and Ethiopia.
Chaetodon larvatus Chaetodon larvatus, commonly known as the hooded butterflyfish or orangeface butterflyfish (and with many other common names), is a species of butterflyfish (family Chaetodontidae). It is found in the Red Sea and Gulf of Aden, and as of 2011 has been recorded as an invasive species in the southeast Mediterranean.
Chaetodon larvatus The hooded butterflyfish is a far western sister species of the triangle butterflyfish ("C. triangulum"), which lives in the Indian Ocean, and "C. baronessa", which inhabits the Indo-Pacific. Together these species form the subgenus "Gonochaetodon". If "Chaetodon" is split up as some researchers propose, this group might go into "Megaprotodon" with other high-backed and square-bodied species, but its exact relationships are still not well known.
Nicomioides larvatus Nicomioides larvatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae, and the only species in the genus Nicomioides. It was described by Pascoe in 1878.
Chaetodon larvatus It grows to a maximum size of total length. The body is powder blue in colour with a pattern of narrow, white chevron-shaped bars. The head and front of the body are coloured intense red-orange. The back of the dorsal fin and the caudal fin are black.
Chaetodon larvatus The hooded butterflyfish is found in seaward and lagoon coral reefs. They usually swim around in pairs and are territorial. Normally this species feeds exclusively on the polyps of the tubular "Acropora" corals. However, given that it has been observed in the Mediterranean, where coral growth is limited, it may be able to adapt to a different diet.
Reclaiming Patriotism Mark Bahnisch, agreeing with Rundle, made the following comment on his blog Larvatus Prodeo:
Biguetiella The only known host of these parasites is the intermediate roundleaf bat ("Hipposideros larvatus").
Nauclea orientalis In Malaysia, it is one of the food sources of proboscis monkeys ("Nasalis larvatus"), along with other members of Rubiaceae.
Bats described in the 2000s A species of horseshoe bat from north-east India (Meghalaya state), proposed as distinct from the Intermediate Roundleaf Bat ("H. larvatus") in 2006. It differs from "H. larvatus" in having a call at a lower frequency, and having longer ears and forearms.