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- adscensionis" in FishBase. December 2016 version. Data related to Holocentrus adscensionis at Wikispecies Media related to Holocentrus adscensionis at...
- Aristida adscensionis is a species of gr**** known by the common name sixw****s threeawn. It is native to the Americas but it is distributed nearly worldwide...
- Oldenlandia adscensionis was a species of plant in the family Rubiaceae. It was endemic to Ascension Island. It became extinct due to habitat loss. Gray...
- Pteris adscensionis is a fern species in the subfamily Pteridoideae of the family Pteridaceae. It is endemic to Ascension Island, and there are thought...
- plants like Pteris adscensionis, Asplenium ascensionis, Euphorbia origanoides as well as the extinct species Oldenlandia adscensionis, Sporobolus durus...
- climbing on rocks in Hawaii Grapsus adscensionis at Tenerife Grapsus adscensionis at Tenerife Grapsus adscensionis at Saint Helena Grapsus albolineatus...
- at up to 51 cm (20 in) and 2.6 kg (5.7 lb). The slimmer Holocentrus adscensionis from warm parts of the Atlantic can reach even greater lengths of up...
- Sargocentron iota barely reaches 8 cm (3 in), and S. spiniferum and Holocentrus adscensionis can reach more than 50 cm (19.5 in). The squirrelfishes mainly feed on...
- (E. tuamotuensis) Rock grouper (E. fasciatomaculosus) Rock hind (E. adscensionis) Saddletail grouper (E. daemelii) Seamount grouper (E. suborbitalis)...
- Atlantic Ocean (Ascension Island and West Africa) by its congener Grapsus adscensionis. Grapsus grapsus is a typically shaped crab, with five pairs of legs...
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