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An ecological study of Cottus cognatus Richardson in northern Saskatchewan.
L'ouverture d'un tombeau de famille est possible, uniquement pour l'adfinis et le cognatus, si ces derniers beneficient de la qualite d'heritiers.
Prey selectivity and size-specific diet changes in Bufo cognatus and Bufo woodhousii during early postmetamorphic ontogeny.
cognatus Sharp, 1 885: 429 (Belonuchus; Type locality: British Honduras, Belize; Guatemala, El Reposo, Las Mercedes, San Isidro, Mirandilla; Nicaragua, Chontales; Panama, Bugaba).
Only her cognatus could tend her hearth, could be her priest.
These sites have produced 4261 amphibian captures of six different species: one salamander (Ambystoma tigrinum) and five frogs (Rana sylvatiea, Ranapipiens, Bufo cognatus, Pseudacris maculata, and Scaphiopus bombifrons).
Instead of French philosopher Rene Descartes' "cogito ergo sum" (I think; therefore, I exist), the African asserts, "I am because we are," or "I am related; therefore, I am" (cognatus ergo sum or an existential cognatus sum, ergo sumus, "I am related; therefore, we are.
32) This reality of the relatedness of everyone to everyone else and to the cosmic order further implies that black Africa, in principle and in fact, rejects the Cartesian cogito ergo sum in favor of cognatus sum, ergo summus (I am known, therefore we are) as decisive for moral thinking.
2120 978 1725 sardinella Incocnnu Stenodus leucichthys 264 88 80 Lake Chub Couesius plumbeus 60 69 36 Longnose Sucker Catostomus catostomus 499 364 301 Northern Pike Esox lucius 16 3 8 Round Whitefish Prosopium cylindraceum 1751 738 484 Slimy Sculpin Cottus cognatus 6 10 9 Unidentified 2107 648 365 Coregoninae
Metacercariae of Clinostomum attenuatum in Ambystoma tigrinum mavortium, Bufo cognatus and Spea multiplicata from west Texas.
In support of this, Rogers and Harvey (1994) noted a supplemental line in 11 of 43 specimens of the toad Bufo cognatus, and in 10 of these animals the supplemental line was within a growth zone that corresponded to a drought year.
The fine structure of the Echthistus cognatus (Loew 1849) chorion was studied using both transmission (TEM) and scanning electron microscopes (SEM).