compressus

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  • Some varieties have double flowers, for example the double form of O. compressus.
  • She also served on the Compressus board of advisers for a year.
  • The first known species, M. compressus, was bright red in colour, but not all other species share this trait.
  • Although this is not a currently accepted name, there is molecular evidence to suggest it is probably distinct from P. compressus.
  • Garra compressus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Garra.
  • Potamogeton compressus is a species of aquatic plant known by the common names grasswrack pondweed and eel-grass pondweed.
  • Section Graminifolii consists of fine-leaved species such as P. rutilus, P. compressus and P. berchtoldii.
  • Coenobita compressus prefers the odors of foods that they have not recently eaten.
  • The upper part of the upper Campanian has yieled, from older to younger, B.compressus, B coneatus, B. reesidei.
  • It is closely related to P. compressus, P. zosterifolius and P. mandschuriensis, all of which also have sclerenchymatous strands.
  • Harpalus compressus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Harpalinae.
  • Conus compressus is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Conidae, the cone snails and their allies.
  • In northeast Europe, DNA evidence indicates that hybrids with P. compressus are fairly frequent, but often overlooked because of the difficulty of reliably identifying them.
  • The larvae are known to feed on Axonopus compressus.
  • Almost all species of this genus are native to the Neotropic ecozone in South America; about half a dozen species are from Central America and a single species, H. compressus, is from southern Mexico.
  • Two years later in 1883, Macleay unknowingly redescribed the same species as Caranx compressus, again from a Queensland-caught specimen.
  • Coenobita compressus is a member of the phylum Arthropoda and the class Malacostraca.
  • However, Wang et al., based on DNA analysis have suggested that P. obtusifolius may have arisen through hybridisation between P. compressus and P. pusillus.
  • The finch will also take seed from rice ears, and its spread into gardens has been aided by another preferred food plant, carpet grass, Axonopus compressus, which is a common lawn grass in Fiji.
  • The species epithet gracilis refers to the slender body of the eel in comparison to Myroconger compressus (red eel).
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