retusus

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rurestris, which was caught in highest numbers among the pioneer species, as well as Erigone atra Blackwall 1833 and Oedothorax retusus (Westring 1851) (cf.
Contract awarded for Route 33 between Route Hapcheon-ocean Chionanthus retusus planting roadside construction
Contract awarded for Line 25 tries chionanthus retusus bosik construction
In a long-term study in commercial forests, mass trapping of several western ambrosia beetles (T lineatum, Gnathotrichus sulcatus [LeConte], and Gnathotrichus retusus [LeConte]) yielded a benefit/cost estimate of five-to-one with associated savings of over US$500,000 (Lindgren & Fraser 1994).
In a study of ornamentals, Werner (2007) observed exceptional drought tolerance in four species which all possess tori: Chionanthus retusus Lindl.
Pickard-Cambridge 1871) 1 Erigone atra (Blackwall 1841) 3 Erigone longipalpis * (Sundevall 1830) x 3 Hypomma bituberculatum (Wider 1834) 1 Oedothorax apicatus (Blackwall 1850) 3 Oedothorax fuscus (Blackwall 1834) 2 Oedothorax retusus (Westring 1851) 3 Pocadicnemis juncea Locket & Millidge 1953 1 Silometopus ambiguus * (O.
Heat-loving ornamentals Zones 7-9: Plants such as Chionanthus retusus, crape myrtle, and Salvia spathacea thrive during the Central Valley's hot summers and cold winters.
mesocercaria) Hyla cadaverina Riverside Hyla regilla Santa Clara Brachycoelium lynchi Ingles, 1935 Rana aurora Siskiyou Cephalogonimus americanus Stafford, 1902 = Cephalogonimus brevicirrus Ingles, 1932 = Cephalogonimus retusus of Walton, 1938 Rana aurora Kern Rana aurora Kern Clinostomum sp.
retusus Gibson, 1973; Loza-Comejo & Terrazas, 2003; Mauseth, 1993b Armatocereus brevispinus, A.
Elements Chaco itself may include: the lonely pig Catagonus wagneri the corechi Tolypeutes matacus , blind or coserverE[bar] pichi Chlamyphorus = Calyptophractus retusus , armadillo Chaetophractus villosus , the hare of salt Dolichotis salinicola and cujuchi connoveri Ctenomys .
mixed apicatus, fuscus and retusus species: Linyphiidae) and Pachygnatha degeeri (Tetragnathidae) have been recorded ballooning many times (see world catalog in Bell et al.