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- broad; the individual leaflets are up to 10 cm long and 3.5 cm broad; in G. angustus, the leaf can reach 1.5 m tall. A spadix flower arises from the tuber during...
- roseus var. roseus Synonymy for this variety Catharanthus roseus var. angustus Steenis ex Bak****zen f. Catharanthus roseus var. albus G.Don Catharanthus...
- Polydesmus angustus, also known as the flat-backed millipede, is a millipede in the genus Polydesmus. "Polydesmus angustus". Integrated Taxonomic Information...
- angustirostris, comes from the Gr**** marmaros, marbled and netta, a duck, and Latin angustus, narrow or small and -rostris billed. This duck formerly bred in large...
- Ditylenchus angustus (Rice stem nematode) is a plant pathogenic nematode. Nemaplex, University of California - Ditylenchus angustus...
- Eremobates angustus is a species of windscorpion in the family Eremobatidae. "Eremobates angustus Report". Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Retrieved...
- In ancient Rome, an angusticlavia, angusticlavus, or angustus clavus was a narrow-strip tunic (tunica) with two narrow vertical Tyrian purple stripes (clavi)...
- Pterostichus angustus is a species of woodland ground beetle in the family Carabidae. It is found in North America. "Pterostichus angustus Report". Integrated...
- Synuchus angustus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Harpalinae. It was described by Habu in 1978. "Synuchus Gyllenhal, 1810". Carabidae of...
- Orthogonius angustus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Orthogoniinae. It was described by Chaudoir in 1871. "Orthogonius Macleay, 1825: 26"...
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