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- Haworthiopsis attenuata, formerly Haworthia attenuata, commonly known as zebra haworthia, is a small species of succulent plant from the Eastern Cape...
- Agave attenuata is a species of agave commonly known as the Foxtail, Lion's tail or Swan's Neck Agave for its development of a curved inflorescence, unusual...
- genus Attenuata, including: † Attenuata admiranda Richardson, 1997 Attenuata affinis (Powell, 1940) Attenuata archensis (May, 1913) Attenuata bollonsi...
- Subspecies Macrogastra attenuata attenuata (Rossmässler, 1835) Macrogastra attenuata iriana (Pollonera, 1885) Macrogastra attenuata lineolata (Held, 1836)...
- Banksia attenuata, commonly known as the candlestick banksia, slender banksia or biara to the Noongar people, is a species of plant in the family Proteaceae...
- The pygmy killer whale (Feresa attenuata) is a poorly known and rarely seen oceanic dolphin. It derives its common name from sharing some physical characteristics...
- Halichondria attenuata is a species of sea sponge belonging to the family Halichondriidae. "WoRMS - World Register of Marine Species - Halichondria (Eumastia)...
- Dudleya attenuata, common names including Orcutt's live-forever and tapertip liveforever, is plant species native to California and to Baja California...
- most plants that are labelled as H. fasciata are actually Haworthiopsis attenuata. The plants are generally small, less than 10 cm (4 in) high. The triangular...
- Ilex × attenuata, the topal holly, is the result of a cross between Ilex c****ine (dahoon) and Ilex opaca (American holly). It is a naturally occurring...