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Species

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species

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n.
  1. (biology) taxonomic group whose members can interbreed
  2. a specific kind of something

bacteria species

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n.
  1. a species of bacteria

endangered species

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n.
  1. a species whose numbers are so small that the species is at risk of extinction
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  • However, today the horse is an endangered species.
  • Fish and Wildlife Service as an endangered species.
  • It has no federal endangered species protection.

fish species

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  1. a species of fish
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  • The following fish species are native to Loch Ness.
  • A variety of wildlife and fish species inhabit the Mt.
  • The common snook is an estuarine-dependent fish species.

type species

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  1. (biology) the species that best exemplifies the essential characteristics of the genus to which it belongs
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  • The type species shows a pantropical distribution.
  • This is the type species of the genus "Neverita".
  • The type species is "Pfeifferinella ellipsoides".

species of beetle

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  • Some species of beetle have evolved immunity to insecticides.
  • Lebia abdita Lebia abdita is a species of beetle in the family Carabidae.
  • A number of nationally scarce species of beetle have already been recorded.

species of sea

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  • This is a common species of sea cucumber.
  • Ritteri anemone Ritteri anemone is a common name for two species of sea anemone.
  • Arbacia stellata Arbacia stellata is a species of sea urchin of the family Arbaciidae.

other species

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  • The other species is called the Asian gypsy moth.
  • Similar phenotypes are known in many other species.
  • The term "calf" is also used for some other species.

species of moth

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  • There have also been over 200 species of moth recorded on the reserve.
  • Earias vernana Earias vernana is a species of moth in the family Nolidae.
  • Narraga nelvae Narraga nelvae is a species of moth of the family Geometridae.

species occurs

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  • This species occurs in the Caribbean Sea off Cuba.

plant species

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  • Similar laws may operate to protect plant species.
  • Regel described and named over 3000 plant species.
  • The marsh is also home to more than 140 plant species.

following species

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  • The following species are recognized as being valid.
  • Peroba is also applied to the following species:
  • "Cosmocercoides" includes the following species:

species of plant

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  • Aloe elegans Aloe elegans is a species of plant.
  • Very few species of plant are rodent-pollinated.
  • P. seemannii P. seemannii may refer to a few different species of plant.

species of flowering

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  • Over 80 species of flowering plant occur.
  • Allium elegans Allium elegans is a species of flowering plants.
  • More than 850 species of flowering plants are reported on the plateau.

described species

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  • There are over 50 described species in "Demotina".
  • There are at least 40 described species in "Toya".
  • There are at least 40 described species in "Egle".

new species

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  • It was described as a new species of bat in 2014.
  • He named the new species "Brontosaurus excelsus".
  • Ten new species and some new records of Meliolaceae.

marine species

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  • This marine species of cone snail occurs off Cuba.
  • This marine species occurs off the Solomon Islands
  • This marine species occurs off Southern Madagascar

species is endemic

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  • The species is endemic to Asia and Eastern Europe.
  • This species is endemic to the islands of Hawaii.

only species

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  • It is the only species in the genus Pseudocarcinus.
  • It is the only species in the genus Wilfredomys.
  • It is the only species in the genus Sphaeronycteris.

species of ground

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  • Lebia solea Lebia solea is a species of ground beetle in the family Carabidae.
  • Eucamaragnathus batesii Eucamaragnathus batesii is a species of ground beetle.
  • Tachys vorax Tachys vorax is a species of ground beetle in the family Carabidae.

many species

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  • Until now, many species could not be isolated at all.
  • There are many species, extant and extinct, including:
  • It is a good habitate for many species of orchids too.

bird species

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  • Hundreds of bird species inhabit the zone as well.
  • Perceptions of bird species vary across cultures.
  • 88 bird species have been observed in the Red Hills.

single species

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  • Only a single species, "obscurus", is recognized.
  • It contains the single species Zundeliomyces polygoni
  • The single species is Coenophlebia archidona.

species such

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  • However, some species such as red deer are protected.
  • Some eusocial species such as termites are not haplodiploid.
  • Other large species such as the bear have been recently reintroduced.

species of bird

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  • The list below includes 323 species of bird.
  • The species of bird were generally typical for the region.
  • Several species of bird are also present.

different species

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  • Twenty different species of Orchidaceae grow in this area.
  • Records from Colombia probably represent different species.
  • The panda's diet is over 99% bamboo, of 30 different species.

species was first

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  • The species was first described by Smith in 1903.
  • The species was first described by Smith in 1900.
  • The species was first described by Moore in 1883.

species name

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  • Kuep gave the species name as "Sidera pantherina".
  • Its species name honors naturalist William Beebe.
  • Its species name ""afer"" is Latin for "African."

several species

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  • There are several species of bat in the wetlands.
  • Dwarf coati Dwarf coati can refer to several species:
  • There are several species of bats, some of which are rare.

marine species occurs

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  • This marine species occurs off the Solomon Islands
  • This marine species occurs off Southern Madagascar
  • This marine species occurs off Japan and Indonesia.

species include

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  • Native species include buckwheat and prickly pear.
  • Butterfly species include the swallowtail butterfly.
  • Fish species include bluegill, bass, and northern pike.

known species

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  • There are 11 known species of which 2 are fossils.
  • About 90% of all known species live in freshwater.
  • It is the only known species in the genus Tonkinomys.

species of frog

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  • They are also one of six species of frog which inhabit Kangaroo Island.
  • Ninety-six percent of the over 5,000 extant species of frog are neobatrachians.
  • Blommersia kely Blommersia kely is a species of frog in the family Mantellidae.

invasive species

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  • It is an invasive species in Melbourne, Australia.
  • It is now considered to be an invasive species.
  • This plant has long been known as an invasive species.

species found

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  • and other species found in warm, moist sites.
  • The following tables summarize the species found so far.
  • They are a benthic species found on the continental shelf.

species of fish

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  • There are 35 species of fish, of which four are endemic.
  • Several species of fish are associated with this sponge.
  • This species of fish is often found in the aquarium hobby.

species of orchid

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  • Dendrobium lineale Dendrobium lineale is a species of orchid.
  • Teagueia teaguei Teagueia teaguei is a species of orchid endemic to Ecuador.
  • Phaius borneensis Phaius borneensis is a species of orchid in the genus "Phaius".

species belong

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  • These two species belong to the genus "Yarmister":
  • These two species belong to the genus "Xylotopus":
  • These two species belong to the genus "Urophorus":

species of birds

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  • At least 90 species of birds have been recorded.
  • About 420 species of birds have been found in Wales.
  • Many species of birds are also hunted for meat.

extinct species

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  • Two extant and six extinct species are recognised.
  • This extinct species is endemic to New Zealand.

species worldwide

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  • The genus contains about 47 to 50 species worldwide.
  • It is one of six bat species worldwide to have white fur.
  • It contains about 97 species worldwide.

separate species

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  • It is now considered to be a separate species.
  • However, it is probably a separate species.
  • Molecular analysis confirms that they are separate species.

rare species

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  • The insect fauna is rich and diverse, including rare species.
  • Both are rare species, formerly candidates for federal listing.
  • Some rare species are viviparous.

recognized species

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  • The currently recognized species in this genus are:

species within

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  • The nine described species within this genus are:
  • For example, other species within this genus include:
  • There are three species within the genus "Stromateus":

species occurs off

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  • This marine species occurs off the Solomon Islands
  • This marine species occurs off Southern Madagascar
  • This marine species occurs off Japan and Indonesia.

animal species

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  • A total of 200 animal species inhabits the sands.
  • They constitute about 95% of the animal species.
  • It is home to a variety of plant and animal species.

tree species

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  • The next tree species were carefully selected.
  • The forests are dominated by 25 tree species.
  • The dominant tree species within the park is loblolly pine.

species is found

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  • This species is found mainly in the Indian Ocean.
  • This species is found in northern and central Laos.
  • The species is found in Central Papua, Indonesia.

all species

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  • Over 99% of all species that ever lived on Earth are extinct.
  • More than 1/3 of all species in the world live in the Amazon Rainforest.
  • Some authorities treat all species as belonging to a single genus, "Spalax".

same species

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  • The two species may belong to the same species complex.
  • A" was the same species as "G. glyphis".
  • Coalitions between organisms of the same species have also evolved.

species of small

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  • In the Caribbean region, several species of small goby ("Elacatinus spp.")
  • Gonatopus jacki Gonatopus jacki is a species of small wasp in the family Dryinidae.
  • Baetis pluto Baetis pluto is a species of small minnow mayfly in the family Baetidae.

species of snout

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  • Nonia belizae Nonia belizae is a species of snout moth in the genus "Nonia".
  • Nhoabe privatalis Nhoabe privatalis is a species of snout moth in the genus "Nhoabe".
  • Nhoabe millotalis Nhoabe millotalis is a species of snout moth in the genus "Nhoabe".

related species

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  • The fur is less bristly than in other related species.
  • Males possess features that distinguish them from related species.
  • Closely related species include "M. stylobates" and "M. adscendens".

most species

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  • In most species, some individuals live on their own.
  • It is the most species rich lanternfish genus.
  • In Europe, most species are called buntings.

species was described

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  • Type species was described from northern Vietnam.
  • This species was described from the coast of China.
  • The species was described in 1950 by de Laubenfels.

native species

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  • Several native species form laurisilva forests.
  • In California it has displaced native species of grass.
  • Of those native species, 36% are either vulnerable or rare.

common species

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  • A common species, it fruits in summer and autumn.
  • This common species occurs in the United States.
  • This is a common species over much of its wide range.

species of plants

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  • There are over 359 species of plants in the area.
  • The park hosts 329 species of plants and animals.
  • Around 370 species of plants grow in the reserve.

number of species

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  • A number of species in this genus are plant pathogens.
  • "Synergus" has the greatest number of species in Synergini.
  • Soon afterwards, a large number of species was assigned to the genus.

only one species

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  • It contains only one species, Prochita rasnitsyni.
  • It contains only one species, Emiratomyia arabica.
  • It contains only one species, Ellisell yochelsoni.

species including

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  • The River Windrush supports species including trout, chub and crayfish.
  • There is a range of rarer species including the greater butterfly orchid.
  • It is a habitat for many rare species including the ant, "Formica exsecta".

distinct species

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  • They are therefore considered distinct species.
  • Some sources accept "Lotus leptophyllus" as a distinct species.
  • FishBase and the IUCN list it as a distinct species, "C. pennantii".

various species

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  • The island is a focal point for seabirds of various species.
  • The weevil and larvae both feed on various species of "Eucalypts".
  • Different species of "Cuterebra" prey on various species of rodents.

species of bee

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  • Perdita rhois Perdita rhois is a species of bee in the family Andrenidae.
  • Osmia taurus Osmia taurus is a species of bee in the family Megachilidae.
  • Osmia pumila Osmia pumila is a species of bee in the family Megachilidae.

introduced species

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  • It is an introduced species in Taiwan.
  • It can be found in many other places as an introduced species.
  • It is an introduced species in the Great Lakes region and the Azores.

endemic species

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  • It protects many endemic and near endemic species.
  • Strict endemic species marked with an asterisk.
  • There are two endemic species and 14 endemic subspecies of bird.

threatened species

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  • It is a state threatened species in Minnesota.
  • It is a federally listed threatened species.
  • The sooty oystercatcher is listed as a threatened species.

species grows

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  • This species grows to a length of standard length.
  • The species grows to an average height of 75 cm.
  • This species grows to a standard length of .

species which occur

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  • There are 270 species worldwide and 117 species which occur in India.
  • There are 21 species which occur in India and 16 species occur in Andhra Pradesh.
  • There are 9 species worldwide and 2 species which occur in India and Andhra Pradesh.

few species

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  • A few species, such as the beluga whale, lack them.
  • Very few species of plant are rodent-pollinated.
  • A few species of beetles are ectoparasitic on mammals.

species of lizard

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  • Dixonius taoi Dixonius taoi is a species of lizard in the family Gekkonidae.
  • Dixonius minhlei Dixonius minhlei is a species of lizard in the family Gekkonidae.
  • Languria laeta Languria laeta is a species of lizard beetle in the family Erotylidae.

species of freshwater

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  • This is altogether 84 species of freshwater molluscs.
  • About 38 species of freshwater fish are found in the water of this lake.
  • Tanichthys thacbaensis Tanichthys thacbaensis is a species of freshwater fish.

species of rodent

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  • "Oligoryzomys nigripes" is a nocturnal species of rodent.
  • Maxomys tajuddinii Maxomys tajuddinii is a species of rodent in the genus "Maxomys".
  • Of the species of rodent caught, it ranked top alongside the Azara's grass mouse ("Akodon azarae").

species of ant

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  • Formica moki Formica moki is a species of ant in the family Formicidae.
  • Formica ulkei Formica ulkei is a species of ant in the family Formicidae.
  • Formica oreas Formica oreas is a species of ant in the family Formicidae.

species are found

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  • Several species are found in North America as well.
  • Most "Trogus" species are found in North America.
  • Several species are found in humans and animals.

mammal species

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  • North America is home to many native mammal species.
  • No mammal species are native on Diego Garcia, with no record of bats.
  • This may also be true of wide-ranging mammal species, in addition to birds.

species are known

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  • Six species are known from Madagascar and Réunion.
  • Two species are known, "A. prohorovi" and "A. sui".
  • About 850 species are known from French Guiana.

species is named

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  • The species is named in honor of Willi Hennig.
  • The species is named after the Catawba River.
  • The species is named after Giacomo Casanova.

species of fungus

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  • Trichoderma ovalisporum Trichoderma ovalisporum is a species of fungus.
  • "Tolyposporium ehrenbergi") is a species of fungus in the Ustilaginaceae family.
  • Leia varia Leia varia is a species of fungus gnats in the family Mycetophilidae.

species is native

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  • This species is native to a tropical environment.
  • The species is native to the North Pacific Ocean.
  • This species is native to Eastern Asia – Japan and Korea.

species of minute

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  • Clambus howdeni Clambus howdeni is a species of minute beetle in the family Clambidae.
  • Cis vitulus Cis vitulus is a species of minute tree-fungus beetle in the family Ciidae.
  • Cis levettei Cis levettei is a species of minute tree-fungus beetle in the family Ciidae.

species known

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  • It is one of 34 "Pluteus" species known in Mexico.
  • Elephants are among the species known to use tools.
  • There is one species known in this genus.

species native

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  • It is a common grass species native to Europe and Asia.
  • "Ringens" and "peersi" are species native to South Africa.
  • The walking catfish is a tropical species native to Southeast Asia.

between species

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  • It has been found to be a boundary between species.
  • Essential amino acids may also differ between species.
  • The maturation rate differed between species.

extant species

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  • There are 40 extant species named as dolphins.
  • It is the only extant species of the genus "Cerorhinca".
  • All extant species are in the genus "Equus".

species of mite

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  • Other related species of mite affect feather follicles and cause depluming.
  • Siro sonoma Siro sonoma is a species of mite harvestman in the family Sironidae.
  • Siro shasta Siro shasta is a species of mite harvestman in the family Sironidae.

species can reach

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  • This species can reach a length of in total length.
  • This species can reach a length of 31.5–33.8mm.
  • This species can reach a length of in standard length.

species is known

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  • The species is known only from its type locality.
  • This fossil species is known from the Oligocene in France.
  • The species is known from its distinctive fossilized teeth.

species name refers

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  • The species name refers to the research ship "Galathea", which captured the first specimens during the second Galathea expedition.
  • Its species name refers to its esca being intermediate in shape between those of "L. beebei" and those of "L. saccostoma" and "L. waltoni".

both species

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  • It is because both species can endure a temperate climate.
  • Diurnal nesting is common in both species.
  • The populations of both species have been increasing every year.

similar species

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  • This species has quite small leaves compared to other similar species.
  • It was recently separated from similar species, "Pseudacris feriarum".
  • These have been successfully used internationally to grow similar species.

species of tree

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  • Fagus lucida Fagus lucida is a species of tree in the Fagaceae family.
  • Alsophila lunulata Alsophila lunulata is an obsolete synonym of two species of tree ferns:
  • Banksia kingii Banksia kingii is an extinct species of tree or shrub in the plant genus "Banksia".

species of butterfly

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  • There are several species of butterfly.
  • Six species of butterfly are known to occur on Christmas Island.
  • Oenomaus lea Oenomaus lea is a species of butterfly of the family Lycaenidae.

species of fly

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  • Sarcofahrtiopsis spathor Sarcofahrtiopsis spathor is a species of fly.
  • Stonemyia fera Stonemyia fera is a species of fly in the family Tabanidae.
  • Clusiodes ater Clusiodes ater is a species of fly in the family Clusiidae.

species of gecko

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  • It also has two species of gecko.
  • Cyrtodactylus dati Cyrtodactylus dati is a species of gecko that is endemic to Vietnam.
  • Cyrtodactylus spelaeus Cyrtodactylus spelaeus is a species of gecko that is endemic to Laos.

each species

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  • Fewer than 5,000 animals of each species likely remain.
  • These underground cycles may last many years, differing for each species.
  • The fractional concentration, "α" (alpha), for each species can be calculated.

living species

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  • There is one living species, "Sphenodon punctatus".
  • It is the sole living species in this genus.
  • It consists of 3 families, 58 genera and 171 living species.

spider species

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  • Pellenes brevis Pellenes brevis is a jumping spider species in the genus "Pellenes".
  • Thyene imperialis Thyene imperialis is a jumping spider species in the genus "Thyene".
  • Lagnus monteithorum Lagnus monteithorum is a jumping spider species in the genus "Lagnus".

species recorded

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  • This is the second species recorded from the island of Panay.
  • There is an outstanding butterfly fauna, with 29 species recorded.
  • Other species recorded are tutsan, bilberry, wood sage and foxglove.

species which occurs

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  • It is a social species which occurs in groups.
  • There are 2 species worldwide and 1 species which occurs in India and Andhra Pradesh.
  • There are 11 species worldwide and 1 species which occurs in India and Andhra Pradesh.

species of leaf

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  • Paria frosti Paria frosti is a species of leaf beetle.
  • Fidia texana Fidia texana is a species of leaf beetle.
  • Syneta pilosa Syneta pilosa is a species of leaf beetle.
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