argenteus

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  • Info The argenteus was a silver coin produced by the Roman Empire from the time of Diocletian's coinage reform in AD 294 to ca. more...
  • It has frequently been confused with the very similar M. argenteus.
  • M. argenteus, like all other known Metynnis, are mainly herbivores, but also take animal matter.
  • M. argenteus are prolific, group-spawning egg scatterers which show little if any interest in their own young.
  • In most cases, sexual maturity sets in when M. argenteus grow to around four inches long, though this remains variable.
  • At the base of each page is an arcade very similar to that found in the Codex Argenteus.
  • M. argenteus is generally considered the archetypal silver dollar, although it and the very similar M. hypsauchen frequently have been confused.
  • He gave the manuscript the name by which it is still known, Codex Argenteus, from the Latin word for silver.
  • The variety argenteus is commonly known as silverleaf mountain-mahogany.
  • The impecunious queen paid her former librarian's outstanding back pay in books, among which was the Codex Argenteus.
  • Haplochromis argenteus is a species of cichlid endemic to Lake Victoria where it may possibly be extinct.
  • A strain of this species was originally isolated from the blood of a small Japanese field mouse (Apodemus argenteus).
  • Lyconodes argenteus is a species of merluccid hake so far known only from the southeast Atlantic Ocean near to South Africa.
  • Lupinus argenteus is a species of lupine known by the common name silvery lupine.
  • Diplotaxodon argenteus is a species of fish in the Cichlidae family.
  • Pappobolus argenteus is a species of flowering plant in the Asteraceae family.
  • It is also the site where the Codex Argenteus and the Cancionero de Upsala are kept.
  • The silver-backed butcherbird has two subspecies C. argenteus argenteus and C. a. colletti.
  • The oldest parts of the Gothic Bible, contained in the Codex Argenteus, is estimated to be from the fourth century.
  • The holdings of the collection of manuscripts and music includes, among other things, the Gothic Bible manuscript Codex Argenteus.
  • The species name refers to colouration of the forewings and is derived from Latin argenteus (meaning silver) and viridis (meaning green).
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