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- Ipomopsis aggregata is a species of flowering plant in the phlox family (Polemoniaceae), commonly known as scarlet trumpet,[citation needed] scarlet gilia...
- Aggregata is a genus of parasitic alveolates belonging to the phylum Apicomplexa. This genus was originally described by Lieberkühn in 1854. It was given...
- Eucalyptus aggregata, commonly known as black gum, is a medium-sized tree that is endemic to southeastern Australia. It has rough, flaky bark, sometimes...
- F. microcarpa Binomial name Ficus microcarpa L.f. 1782 Synonyms Ficus aggregata Vahl Ficus amblyphylla (Miq.) Miq. Ficus cairnsii Warb. Ficus condaravia...
- Lindera aggregata is a plant species belonging to the genus Lindera. Engl.: evergreen lindera, ****anese evergreen ****ebush. TCM: trad.烏樂, simpl. 乌药 or...
- Hormuzakia aggregata (Arabic: لسان الثور‎, Hebrew: לשון-שור מגובבת‎) is a flowering annual plant in the Borage family, known by the common name m****ed...
- particular a number of cyprinids, but also e.g. the shiner perch (Cymatogaster aggregata). Cyprinid shiners are: Eastern shiners, genus Notropis Finescale shiners...
- The shiner perch (Cymatogaster aggregata) is a common surfperch found in estuaries, lagoons, and coastal streams along the Pacific coast from Alaska to...
- Ascosphaera aggregata is a species of fungus. Ascosphaera aggregata (A. aggregata), discovered in 1975 by Jens-Peder Skou is a fungus that is related...
- Aquimarina aggregata is a Gram-negative, strictly aerobic, rod-shaped and agarolytic bacterium from the genus of Aquimarina which has been isolated from...
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