cantharus


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cantharus

(ˈkænθərəs)
n
a large two-handled pottery cup
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Assessment of lipid and essential fatty acids requirements of black seabream (Spondyliosoma cantharus) by comparison of lipid composition in muscle and liver of wild and captive adult fish.
Se encontraron, durante toda la investigacion, 17 especies migratorias: Cantharus minimus, Setophaga fusca, Setophaga striata, Setophaga petechia, Geothlypis philadelphia, Coccyzus americanus, Egretta caerulea, Egretta thula, Ardea alba, Tringa solitaria, Hirundo rustica, Tyrannus savana, Dendrocygna autumnalis, Piranga rubra, Vireo olivaceus, Tyranus melancolicus y Cantopus cooperi, representando el 16,6% de las especies registradas en nuestro estudio.
Sowerby II, 1842) Littorinimorpha Tonna dolium (Linnaeus, 1758) Neogastropoda Cantharus spiralis (Gray, 1839) Neogastropoda Makiyamaia arthopleura (Kilburn, 1983) Neogastropoda Parvanachis obesa (C.
Sowerby II, 1842) Tonna dolium (Linnaeus, 1758) Cantharus spiralis (Gray, 1839) Makiyamaia arthopleura (Kilburn, 1983) Parvanachis obesa (C.
The Cantharus group (Gastropoda: Buccinidae) on the Almirante Leite Bank (Mozambique) with description of two new species and one new genus.
Cantharus (Solenosteira) macrospira, Skoglund, 2002:124.
Se pueden emplear asimismo otros terminos para aludir a fuentes romanas (alveus, fons, concha, lacus, cantharus, saliens, solium, labellum, luter, nymphaeum, septizadium), algunos de ellos con el mismo sentido que labrum (cf.
vulgaris), black seabream (Spondyliosoma cantharus), and blotched picarel (Spicara maena) for the murejona fish traps.
3.9 20.7 1.2 -- 25.8 Atactodea striata 269.1 460.5 961.1 18.5 1709.2 Buccinidae 48.2 21.8 -- -- 70 Cantharus spp.
contrarium FMNH299459, and Cantharus cancellarius FMNH299487) had fold modifier values close to unity (1.02, 1.00, and 1.04, respectively), meaning that the folds were almost flush with the columella and thus did not protrude enough to increase the topographic relief above that of specimens lacking folds.