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  • Erigeron argentatus is a species of flowering plant in the daisy family known by the common name silver fleabane.
  • Another Pteropus species, P. argentatus, was until recently considered to be the same species as P. chrysoproctus.
  • The Florida Keys form, argentatus, has even more reduced ungual tufts.
  • In argentatus, the skull is also relatively narrow.
  • Plectranthus argentatus (common name silver spurflower) is a species of flowering plant in the mint family.
  • In the far south of the species' range, C. o. argentatus is found in the yungas of northwestern Argentina.
  • The species name argentatus means "silvery" in Latin.
  • This species breeds singly or in small colonies, sometimes in the middle of a Larus argentatus colony.
  • It has also been included within the herring gull (Larus argentatus).
  • The Florida Keys form (argentatus) is known as the "silver rice rat".
  • Carduus argentatus, sometimes known as the silver thistle, is an annual herb in the family Asteraceae.
  • M. argentatus tends to live in smaller home ranges (as small as 10 hectares or less) than other Mico species.
  • Margarites argentatus is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Margaritidae.
  • The herring gull (Larus argentatus) sometimes drops heavy shells onto rocks in order to crack them open.
  • The Florida Keys population is sometimes classified as a different species, the silver rice rat (Oryzomys argentatus).
  • Chaetodon argentatus, the Asian butterflyfish, is a species of butterflyfish native to the western pacific ocean from the Philippines up to Japan.
  • Closteropus argentatus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae.
  • Plectranthus argentatus is cultivated in temperate regions as an ornamental bedding plant for its attractive silvery foliage.
  • The European herring gull (Larus argentatus) is a large gull (up to long).
  • Smaller gull species like the herring gull (L. argentatus) and the lesser black-backed gull are hardly able to bring down a healthy adult puffin.
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