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We also observed the obscurus subspecies of Long-billed Gnatwren (Ramphocaenus melanurus obscurus) primarily in or adjacent to bamboo.
Sylvilagus obscurus (Appalachian cottontail) Occurs in mountainous regions of eastern and middle Tennessee; habitat most often associated with dense forest and boreal environments.
fascicularis monkey, and 1 Semnopithecus obscurus monkey in Narathiwat Province had P.
Growth, feeding and reproductive biology of Hydrocyanus forskalii, Alestes macrolepidotus and Ghanna obscurus in Asejire Reservoir.
This species has longterm sperm storage, a characteristic of nomadic sharks, such as Prionace glauca and Carcharhinus obscurus, that can store sperm in specialized tubules for months or years.
Distribuicao geografica e analise morfometrica comparativa em Artibeus obscurus (Schinz, 1821) e Artibeus fimbriatus Gray, 1838 (Mammalia, Chiroptera, Phyllostomidae).
From that perspective, I think, the opposition of Heraclitus to Parmenides could well be maintained because Heraclitus obscurus, the great Greek master of apophthegms, was in a way pioneering the Christian antithetical schemes of expression which, as we will see, were supported by negative theology and by the idea of infinity.
The C1(Ad) medullary nuclei responsible for the activity of the adrenal glands 44 receive excitatory 5-HT axons from the dorsal raphe (DR)-5HT nucleus (50,51) and also from the medullary serotonergic nuclei: raphe magnus, raphe obscurus and raphe pallidus.
Rivulus obscurus Garman, 1895: 140 (type locality: Lake Hyanuary [parana do Janauari, Estado do Amazonas, Brazil]; lectotype: MCZ 6853, designated by Huber 1992: 336).
taeniolata, Nasiaeschna pentacantha, Pachydiplax longipennis, Pantala flavescens, Perithemis tenera, Progomphus obscurus, Sympetrum vicinum, Tachopteryx thoreyi*, Tramea carolina, T.
Pipistrellus subflavus obscurus, Myotis keeni, and Eptesicus fuscus fuscus hibernating in a storm sewer in central Minnesota.
Consider his argumentum to the Adversus Jovinianum: he presents Jovinian, a cleric and former monk, as "an obscure but wealthy person, although neither learned nor eloquent" -- "homo obscurus, sed diues, neceruditus tamen nec aeloquens.