Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) adults reared in vitro contained half the total lipids of those reared in the host insect (Thompson & Johnson 1978), whereas the parasitoid Phryxe caudata
(Rondani) (Diptera: Tachinidae) contained similar fatty acid concentrations when reared in vitro and in vivo (Grenier & De Clercq 2003).
The specific epithet refers to the lamina division, which resembles that of Polybotrya caudata
Kunze and P.
2 days (SE) Chaetura vauxi (f) ~14--28 days Charadrius alexandrinus [greater than or equal to] 1-2 months nivosus (g) Chiroxiphia caudata
(h) 25% lost <20 days, 55% retained >21 days Chiroxiphia caudata
(h) 50% lost <6 days Cyanocitta cristata (e) [greater than or equal to] 20 [+ or -] 0.
, Plethodontidae, Bolitoglossa medemi: Distribution eXtension.
Pectenotoxin-2 in single-cell isolates of Dinophysis caudata
and Dinophysis aeuta from the Galician Rias (NW Spain).
Xanthones from the roots of Polygala caudata
and their antioxidation and vasodilatation activities in vitro.
This isolation has resulted in the development of many diverse species of amphibians in Japan; 23 species of the order Caudata
and 35 species of the order Anura.
Ischnothele is also found in Colombia, represented by Ischnothele caudata
Ausserer 1875, a widespread species and the only one known to occur in that country (Coyle 1995).
Taxon Mod 25-30 35-40 AMPHIBIA, CAUDATA
Louro preto is also said to come from the species Ocotea baturitensi, Ocotea caudata
, and Ocotea cinerea of the Family Lauraceae although it is likely that other species from each genera also may be sold as louro preto or its various commercial names.
moyesii and its various hybrids, which produce orange hips in the cooler months, while Rosa caudata
has flagon-shaped hips and R.
Look out for R moyesii and its various hybrids, which produce orange hips in the cooler months, while Rosa caudata
has flagon- shaped hips and R pimpinellifolia produces rich dark hips in chocolate brown through to black.