ochraceous


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ochraceous

(əʊˈkreɪʃəs)
adj
(Colours) another word for ocherous
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One of these - golden-yellow - depicts diverse individuality, and is combined with ochraceous, reminiscent of the earth, to create a festive feeling evoking Japan; their combination creates the effect of a flame.
Forewing is yellow ochraceous with black wavy bands on the upper margin, double wavy line run along the margin of forewing and hindwing.
serrensis have a conspicuously more ochraceous venter, especially evident in the anal region; however, even this distinction must be confirmed by examination of a large series of specimens.
Dorsal hairs are tricolor with dresden brown points, buffy medial and gray in the base, while ventral hairs are bicolor with light ochraceous buff and gray blackish basally (Hall, 1981).
aeruginosa), (iv) Candida albicans (CA), (v) Aspergillus ochraceous (398) (A.
2A); frontal vitta ochraceous whitish pruinescent, anterior hall with two lateral blackish stripes and posteriorly continuing to the occiput, separating the brown lateral areas of the occiput.
This bug was typically characterized as having an ochraceous body with a broad red basal fascia on the pronotum between the humeral angles, small pale scutellum, antennae 4-segmented, the basal part of second and third segment was pale yellow, third segment flattened at the tip and 4th segment was the shortest.
As an example, sea stars (Pisaster ochraceous) are relatively few in number yet exert strong effects on the species compositions of rocky intertidal communities.
Frons similarly evenly convex, distinctly rugose punctuate; ivory to whitish ochraceous with narrow basal band plus large apical blotch reddish.