venustus

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Du Bus, 1847a: "Mexique"), 3033 (holotype); *Granatellus venustus Bonaparte, 1850 ("Mexico"), 3028 (holotype); Icterus auratus Bonaparte, 1850 ("Yucatan"), 3051 (holotype, "Voyage Ghiesbreght"); *Peucedramus taeniatus (Sylvia taeniata Du Bus, 1847a: "Mexique"), 3039 ([masculinidad] holotype, see Discussion regarding type locality); *Pipilo cf.
venustus 1.4 [+ or -] 1.8 55 (8.7) Oligoryzomys flavescens 0.5 [+ or -] 0.9 21 (3.3) Necromys lasiurus -- -- A.
This pattern of resting period in a warm season is uncommon in other studied bivalves from the coast of Malaga, such as the donacids Dona.x truncidus (Linnaeus, 1758), Dona.x semistriatus (Poli, 1795), and Donax venustus (Poli, 1795), for which the resting period, if any, appeared throughout the cold season (Tirado & Salas 1998, 1999, Tirado et al.
Sulpicius C(aii) l(ibertus)l / Venustus. / Sulpicia C(aii) l(iberta) Ammia.
Interfertility between two sympatric fishes, Notropis lutrensis and Notropis venustus. Evolution 10:341-344.
Mussels considered from the literature to use the fish as a glochidial host are also indicated Fish species Relative Mussels potentially hosted importance Cyprinella venustus 1.000 Mugil cephalus 0.907 Dorosoma cepedianum 0.687 P.
venusta (Antsygin 1977; as Goniophrys venustus) Platylichas micus (Antsygin 1973) Metopolichas verrucosus (Antsygin 1977) Glaphurina berkutensis (Antsygin 1977) Glaphurina baikassia (Antsygin 1977) Ceratocephala micula (Antsygin 1977) Holdenia putilla (Antsygin 1977) Cyphoniscus radiculosus (Antsygin 1977) Pseudopetigurus enodis (Antsygin 1977) Kinderlania tschegodaevi (Antsygin 1977) Geragnostus crassus (Antsygin 1977) Pliomera fischeri (Antsygin 1977, 1991) Asaphus expansus?
venustus, Diacyclops abyssicola (Mioduchowska and Wojtasik, 2009).
et ne tot malis dissimulatis, paulatimque serpentibus, acerui crescerent aerumnarum, nobilitatis decreto, legati mittuntur: Praetextatus ex urbi praefecto, et ex uicario Venustus, et ex consulari Mineruius, oraturi ne delictis supplicia sint grandiora, neue senator quisquam, inusitato et inlicito more, tormentis exponeretur.
Contribution to the identification of Calomys venustus (Thomas, 1894) (Rodentia, Muridae) by morphological characters.