Subspecies

İfadeler ve örnek cümleler

subspecies belong   (alt türler ait)

Three subspecies belong to "Hydriomena exculpata":

These two subspecies belong to "N. hieroglyphica":

These 24 subspecies belong to "Euphydryas anicia":

considered a subspecies   (alttür olarak kabul edildi)

It used to be considered a subspecies of the Oriental magpie-robin.

It is sometimes considered a subspecies of the miombo wren-warbler.

It was originally considered a subspecies of the little spiderhunter.

nominate subspecies   (alt türleri aday gösterme)

"**) Not including the nominate subspecies."

"*) Not including the nominate subspecies.

Two subspecies are found including the nominate subspecies.

subspecies are recognized   (alt türler tanınır)

Two subspecies are recognized including the nominate.

Two to three subspecies are recognized by some authors.

Two subspecies are recognized including the nominate race.

subspecies are recognised   (alt türler tanınır)

, seven subspecies are recognised by MSW3.

The following subspecies are recognised:

species and subspecies

Only species and subspecies still recognized are listed.

Confusion over the species and subspecies is widespread.

Italy has 1371 endemic species and subspecies (18.9% of the total vascular flora).

subspecies are currently

Four subspecies are currently (May 2014) recognized:

No subspecies are currently recognized.

other subspecies   (diğer alt türler)

The frequency of stripes is higher than in other subspecies.

The other subspecies, "D. m. pararepleta", is confined to the east of the Andes mountains.

They are resistant to some diseases and parasites that can debilitate hives of other subspecies.

recognized subspecies

There are 23 recognized subspecies in four groups.

There are two recognized subspecies.

recognised subspecies

There are two recognised subspecies:

There are no recognised subspecies.

no subspecies

There are no subspecies.

It has no subspecies.

It is now placed in the subfamily Faboideae and tribe Dalbergieae; no subspecies are listed in the Catalogue of Life.