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- Alternaria alternata is a fungus which has been recorded causing leaf spot and other diseases on over 380 host species of plant. It is an opportunistic...
- Hemigraphis alternata (red ivy, red-flame ivy, or waffle plant) is a member of the family Acanthaceae native to Java. It is a prostrate plant with purple...
- Psychoda alternata is a species of moth fly in the family Psychodidae, commonly known as the trickling filter fly or drain fly. The larva is semiaquatic...
- Disonycha alternata, the striped willow leaf beetle, is a species of flea beetle in the family Chrysomelidae. It is found in North America. "Disonycha...
- The Black hover wasp, Parischnogaster alternata, is a eusocial wasp in the genus Parischnogaster. It is native to South-East Asia, and builds its nests...
- Eurygaster alternata is a species of shield-backed bug in the family Scutelleridae. It is found in North America. "Eurygaster alternata Report". Integrated...
- Sigara alternata is a species of water boatman in the family Corixidae. It is found in North America. "Sigara alternata Report". Integrated Taxonomic Information...
- Vitalisia alternata is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Fairmaire in 1895. It is known from Laos and Vietnam. BioLib...
- Glyptoscelis alternata is a species of leaf beetle. It is found in North America. Crotch, G. R. (1873). "Materials for the Study of the Phytophaga of...
- Sybra alternata is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Breuning in 1939. BioLib.cz - Sybra alternata. Retrieved on 8 September...
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