2 edition of Thesaurus ænigmaticus found in the catalog.
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 800, no. 4.|
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Nothoceros aenigmaticus Nothoceros canaliculatus Nothoceros endiviaefolius Nothoceros fuegiensis Nothoceros giganteus Nothoceros superbus Nothoceros vincentianus. Synonyms; Notoceros [orth. error] Nothoceros is a genus of hornworts in the family Dendrocerotaceae. The genus is found in New Zealand, South America, and neotropical and eastern. Author: Patricia Strefling. Publisher: Xulon Press ISBN: Page: View:
Nothoceros aenigmaticus plants from the USA and morphologically similar plants from high elevation tropical areas (> m alt.) in Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia, Venezuela, and Bolivia form a clade in which two samples of N. aenigmaticus from Costa Rican páramos (Cerro de la Muerte and the top of Volcan Turrialba) come out as sister to the. This page was last edited on 20 June , at Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply.
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Be the first. Thesaurus Scienta Lancastriae Books, Find the lowest price on new, used books, textbooks: Compare Book Prices at Stores. Thesaurus Aenigmaticus: Or a Collection of the Most Ingenious and Diverting Enigma's or Riddles () by Thesaurus Kessinger Publishing ISBN: | ISBN Enigmatic definition, resembling an enigma, or a puzzling occurrence, situation, statement, person, etc.; perplexing; mysterious: She has a perpetually enigmatic expression on her is the most enigmatic book I have ever read.
See more. enigmatic definition: The definition of enigmatic is something that is like a puzzle or riddle that can’t be understood. (adjective) An example of enigmatic is the mysterious ending of a complicated movie.
Avibase is an extensive database information system about all birds of the world, containing over &1 million records ab species subspecies of birds, including distribution information regions, taxonomy, synonyms in several languages and more. Tropidonophis aenigmaticus Malnate & Underwood, Type locality: between Agamoia and Ailuluai, Fergusson Island, d’Entrecasteaux Islands, Milne Bay District, Papua New Guinea.
Holotype: AMNH. Synonyms Drassodes aenigmaticus Schmidt & Barensteiner, 47 (synonymized by Song, Zhu & Zhang, 50) Type locality: China, Innere Mongolei, Alashan Gobi (zentraler Teil), etwa 20 km nordöstlich Alxa Youghi.
Descriptions are given of the male genitalia of Aëdes (Ochlerotatus) aenigmaticus, sp. n., from Mato Grosso, and the adults of both sexes and the male enitalia of A.(O.) perventor, sp. n., from Rio de Janeiro and other Brazilian tates, all taken in in the course of investigations on yellow fever in The former is very close to A.
serratus, Theo., and the latter to A. hortator, D. Acrobeles aenigmaticus sp. is described from the North-West District (Ngamiland) of Botswana, which forms part of the Kalahari Desert.
This new species is characterised by its body length, 'double' cuticle bearing numerous interannular punctations, lateral fields with two longitudinal incisures, lips triangular bearing triangular tines with variation in their morphology, labial probolae.
Studies of subterranean habitats in Slovakia revealed two rare linyphiid spider species new to the country, Pseudomaro aenigmaticus Denis, and Pseudocarorita thaleri (Saaristo, ). The ragfish (Icosteus aenigmaticus) is a ray-finned fish of the northern Pacific Ocean; although a perciform, its skeleton is mostly cartilage, and the larvae have pelvic fins that disappear as they mature.
It is the sole member of the family Icosteidae, and some authorities place it into its own order Icosteiformes. The ragfish body is scaleless and limp, because of its cartilaginous. In this study, investigation into the characteristics of codon bias and factors in shaping the codon usage pattern of the mitochondrial genome of Spirodela polyrhiza L.
Schleid (strain ) was performed.S. polyrhiza had a very high GC content of % in the mitochondrial genome. Compared with other monocots whose mitochondrial genomes have been sequenced, the GC contents of. Negotiating Religion, Europe, and the Self.
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Following on from my messages about Navanax aenigmaticus [#, #] here is some background information about a puzzling animal from Chile which may be the same species.
There seems to be only one historic record of a cephalaspidean from Chile which lacks an external shell. D'Orbigny () described the "bizarre" Posterobranchaea maculata new genus, new species. Pertaining to an enigma. Mysterious.Emerson Hough, chapter I, in The Purchase Price: Or The Cause of Compromise, Indianapolis, Ind.: The Bobbs-Merrill Company, OCLCpage Serene, smiling, enigmatic, she faced him with no fear whatever showing in her dark eyes.
The clear light of the bright autumn morning had no terrors for youth. Nothoceros aenigmaticus, female patch (US) Sexual reproduction plays an essential role in species’ survival and maintenance and hence Casoron herbicide and Preen Weed Preventer Herbicide Subject: BRYONET: herbicides and bryophytes Date: Tue, 27 Jan From: Lee Ellis Greeti.
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Stargazing under the sea: molecular and morphological data reveal a constellation of species in the Berthella stellata (Risso, ) species complex (Mollusca, Heterobranchia, Pleurobranchidae).The three books in the series are: How to Succeed in Your First Job: Tips for New College Graduates Helping Your New Employee Succeed: Tips for Managers of New College Graduates So, You're New Again: How to Succeed When You Change Jobs Built around author Ed Holton's dynamic step process-extensively field-tested and firmly grounded in.