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(Colours) having a single colour
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Complementing the 61 styles of traditional Fraser, Noble, and Douglas, Balsam, and Concolor Firs, Hammacher Schlemmer also offers additional styles of trees, including pop-up trees that provide instant decor, pre-decorated tabletop models, and a tree that emulates High Modernism's use of technology to ameliorate the natural world.
2013) found that integration of visual and chemical stimuli were fundamental for mate location and courtship in Psyttalia concolor (Szepligeti, 1910) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae).
Schott (Biining and Mohr 1955, in Raghavan, 1989), Cheilanthes concolor (Langsd.
On the other side of the Gulf of Mexico, the Florida panther (Puma concolor coryi), an endangered subspecies of cougar that can grow to 160 pounds, represents a remarkable success story in the making.
She offers nine varieties of Christmas trees: Traditionally fragrant balsam and Fraser fir; citrusy-scented Concolor, Grand and Douglas fir; glossy-needled Korean fir; Scotch and white pine; and the traditional blue spruce.
Lentipes concolor, an endemic Hawaiian amphidromous goby was found to have a larval duration between 63-106 days (Radtke et al.
Puma concolor is its official taxonomic designation, but it has gone by many other names through the centuries: cougar, catamount, puma, wildcat, panther, shadow cat, painter.
Cougar is a large, tawny cat, Felis concolor, of North and South America.
The genus Scomberomorus is one of the most important and includes 18 species, of which two can be found in the eastern Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of California: Scomberomorus sierra and Scomberomorus concolor (Collette and Nauen 1983).
brevicauda, 28 Oligoryzomys fulvescens, and 1 Oecomys concolor.