Top 10 similar words or synonyms for whitish_ochreous_tinged

ochreous_irrorated    0.899666

faint_purplish_tinge    0.873156

grey_suffusedly_irrorated    0.871676

beige_suffused    0.864299

cupreous_gloss    0.858998

planarly    0.856426

densely_suffused    0.852888

thinly_sprinkled    0.848004

slaty_fuscous    0.839153

pinkish_tinged    0.838790

Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for whitish_ochreous_tinged

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Carodista galeodes The wingspan is 10-12 mm. The forewings are glossy whitish-ochreous, tinged with fuscous. The hindwings are grey.
Khoisa panaula The wingspan is about 18 mm. The forewings are whitish-ochreous tinged with yellowish and mixed with pale ochreous-brownish. The costa, dorsum, and all
Odites balsamias The wingspan is about 17 mm. The forewings are yellow whitish, the veins faintly yellower and the costal edge pale fulvous ochreous. The hindwings are pale whitish ochreous tinged with grey.
Scoparia favilliferella The wingspan is about 27 mm. The forewings are fuscous-grey, irrorated with white and with a black median streak, margined with fuscous. The hindwings are very pale whitish-ochreous, tinged with greyish, the apex and upper part of the hindmargin are fuscous-grey. Adults have been recorded on wing in December.
Odites isocentra The wingspan is 11-12 mm. The forewings are whitish ochreous, tinged with yellowish. The discal stigmata are moderate, dark fuscous or blackish and strongly marked. There is a series of cloudy dark fuscous dots along the posterior part of the costa and termen. The hindwings are ochreous whitish.
Nephantis The wingspan is 20–28 mm. The forewings are pale greyish-ochreous, with some fine scattered blackish scales and with the extreme costal edge whitish. The first discal stigma is raised, dark fuscous, the plical and second discal indistinct, indicated by two or three dark fuscous scales, the plical obliquely before the first discal. In males, a bare whitish-ochreous patch is found towards the dorsum near the base. The hindwings are whitish ochreous tinged with fuscous.
Scoparia philonephes The wingspan is about 31 mm. The forewings are dark fuscous-grey, irrorated with white and with a few black scales. The first line is whitish and obscurely dark-margined posteriorly. The second line is white and obscurely dark-margined. The hindwings are very pale whitish-ochreous, tinged with greyish. The apex and upper part of the hindmargin are narrowly grey. Adults have been recorded on wing in December.
Tiquadra cultrifera The wingspan is 21-28 mm. The forewings are white or ochreous-whitish, with scattered dots or strigulae (lines) of dark fuscous irroration (speckling) except beneath the fold. There are some small raised tufts along the fold, and in the disc posteriorly. The hindwings are whitish-ochreous tinged with grey in males and grey in females. This species is unmistakable by its whitish green or bluish basic colour.
Procometis spoliatrix The wingspan is about 16 mm for males and 18 mm for females. The forewings are yellow-ochreous with a small black dot on the base of the costa. The stigmata are black, the discal moderate, the plical minute, beneath the first discal. There is a curved pre-marginal series of minute indistinct fuscous dots. The hindwings in males are whitish-ochreous tinged with grey, while they are light grey in females.
Dicranucha sterictis The wingspan is 15-16 mm. The forewings are whitish-ochreous tinged with yellow-ochreous and with the extreme base of the costa dark fuscous. The stigmata are small, blackish, the plical obliquely before the first discal, the second discal larger. There is a row of ill-defined blackish dots immediately before the termen and apical portion of the costa. The hindwings are pale whitish-grey.