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Among the 15 species, the laughing cicada is closely similar to the Psithyristria incredibilis Lee and Hill, 2010, Lit said.
incredibilis the corolla appendages are located in front of each corolla lobe (Figure 4).
curvicornis Sars, 1901 X * Nicsmirnovius incredibilis (Smirnov, X 1984) Richness of species: 41 21 21 17 4 7 6 Table 5--Richness, evenness, alpha diversity (Shannon-Wiener) and beta diversity, estimated bimonthly in three oxbow lakes.
7Marienbard 2002 If 1999 had seemed an annus absolutely incredibilis, with its 12 Group 1 successes, Dettori was still riding high in 2002, with ten wins in the royal blue at the highest level.
Respicio: nubes erant sub pedibus; iamque michi minus incredibilis facti sunt Athos et Olimpus, dum quod de illis audieram et legeram, in minoris fame monte conspicio" (Petrarca, 2002: 36).
Rousset nunca practico la operacion; simplemente recibio la informacion a traves de cartas de medicos amigos, y reporto 14 cesareas exitosas, algo completamente inconcebible durante el siglo XVI, sobre todo teniendo en cuenta que seis de ellas fueron ejecutadas en una misma paciente, hecho que el propio Bauhim catalogo de "prope incredibilis et a veritate nonnhil alienae" (casi increible y ajeno a la verdad)(1,4,6,8).
In Cicero's Pro Archia, the orator cites his client's ability to compose extemporaneously as evidence of an "extraordinary mental dexterity and quickness of invention" (animorum incredibilis motus celeritatemque ingeniorum, 17) that by rights should enhance his standing with a jury:
This impressive size is, however, dwarfed by Teratornis incredibilis, a Pleistocene North American condor with an incredible wingspan of 16 ft (5 m)