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- Astrocaryum aculeatum (known in Brazilian Portuguese as tu****ã, acaiúra, acuiuru, coco-tu****ã, tu****, tu****ã-açu, tu****ã-macaw, tu****-açu, tu****aí-da-terra-firme...
- Polystichum aculeatum, the hard shield-fern, is an evergreen fern native to Europe. It is most abundant in upland regions of the British Isles and western...
- Oxyacanthus sativus Chevall. Oxyacanthus uva-crispa (L.) Chevall. Ribes aculeatum Salisb. Ribes caucasi**** Adams ex Schult. Ribes crispum Dulac Ribes dubium...
- Puerto Rico. Though formerly cl****ified as genus Calonyction, species aculeatum, it is now properly ****igned to genus Ipomoea, subgenus Quamo****, section...
- Doru aculeatum, the spine-tailed earwig, is an insect in the family Forficulidae. This earwig is found in the woods and gr****y areas of eastern North...
- Geastrum aculeatum is a species of mushroom belonging to the genus Geastrum, or earthstar fungi. It is found in eastern Brazil. da Silva BDB, Cabral TS...
- Diadegma aculeatum is a wasp first described by Bridgman in 1889. It inhabits Sweden. No subspecies are listed. Aubert, J.F. (1960) Descriptions preliminaires...
- Echium aculeatum is a species of flowering plants of the family Boraginaceae. It is endemic to the Canary Islands, where it occurs on the islands El Hierro...
- Bombax Species: B. ceiba Binomial name Bombax ceiba L. Synonyms Bombax aculeatum L. B. ceiba Burm.f. B. ceiba var. leiocarpum Robyns B. heptaphyllum Cav...
- Zodarion aculeatum is a spider species found in Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia and North Macedonia. List of Zodariidae species "Zodarion aculeatum" at the Encyclopedia...
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