mouse-tail

mouse-tail

(mous′tāl′)
n.
Any of various plants of the genus Myosurus of the buttercup family, especially M. minimus, having a narrow spike of achenes that resembles a mouse's tail.
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The Saigon Fisherman's Noodle Soup is a hearty bowl of mouse-tail noodles with seafood and pork in a piquant broth and is always a crowd favourite.
If you've got children, they'll love Arisarum proboscideum, the mouse-tail arum.
This conference was a success as it brought us new insights about monitoring of dormice in France and also new information about Roach's mouse-tailed dormouse (Myomimus roachi) a rare and little-known dormouse in Europe, finally found in Bulgaria.
Bamou National Park is one of the main habitats of the Persian leopard as well as several other threatened species such as the jungle cat, wildcat, wild goat, lesser mouse-tailed bat and owl.
Present investigation was carried out to understand morphological differences in two closely related congeners, the greater mouse-tailed bat Rhinopomamicrophyllum (Brunnich, 1782) and the lesser mouse tailed bat Rhinopomahardwickii (Gray, 1831).
Geoffroy, 1818 is globally represented by four species and three of them, the lesser mouse-tailed bat R.
When greater mouse-tailed bats (Rhinopoma microphyllum) spot a meal of flying ants with echolocation, they emit a "feeding buzz" made up of many short cries.
The greater mouse-tailed bat (Rhinopoma microphyllum) uses a type of sonar mechanism to navigate and find prey.
These chips were fitted on to the greater mouse-tailed bats, a highly social species of bats that migrate to spend the summer in Israel.
Called the mouse-tailed bats, this group has somewhat more similar limb proportions to Onychonycteris than others.
The lesser mouse-tailed bat Rhinopoma hardwickii Gray, 1831 has not been recorded from Pakistan except from northern Punjab (Rohtas) and southern Sindh (Karachi, Landhi and Karchat Hills near Hyderabad).
Rhinopomatidae Bonaparte, 1838 is a monotypic family of mouse-tailed bats, comprising of four extant species within the same genus Rhinopoma Geoffroy, 1818 (Van cakenberghe and de Vree, 1994) and includes Rhinopoma microphyllum (Brunnich, 1782), R.