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cornuto

(kɔːˈnuːtəʊ)
n, pl -tos
obsolete a cuckold
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The scientists were particularly interested in how different temperatures in winter and spring affect the hatching time of the European orchard bee (Osmia cornuta) and of the red mason bee (Osmia bicornis) as well as the onset of flowering in the pasque flower.
Among cladocerans, the Cerodaphnia cornuta, Daphnia and Alona were found more prominent in late winter and early spring at Chashma Lake.
That, and the taxonomy-based names of many of her pieces --Tulipa cornuta, Amaryllis formosissima hybrid, Ixia longiflora hybrid--lend an extra touch of authenticity to the creations.
The dainty horned violet, Viola cornuta, has a spreading habit making it a good choice for eye-level impact.
Yang, "Chemical constituents in stems of Ilex cornuta," Chinese Traditional and Herbal Drugs, vol.
Within Rhodophyta group, polysaccharides from Hypnea cornuta resulted weakly active against V.
The life history and feeding habits of Stalls cornuta Ross in a series of abandoned beaver ponds (Insecta; Megaloptera).
Weather-dependent pollinator activity in apple orchard, with special reference to Osmia cornuta and Apis mellifera (Hymenoptera: Megachilidae and Apidae).