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- Austral means southern, often in reference to the Southern Hemisphere. Austral may also refer to: Austral Líneas Aéreas, an Argentine airline Air Austral...
- -49.250; 69.167 The French Southern and Antarctic Lands (French: Terres australes et antarctiques françaises, TAAF) is an Overseas Territory (French: Territoire...
- Planum Australe (Latin: "the southern plain") is the southern polar plain on Mars. It extends southward of roughly 75°S and is centered at 83°54′S 160°00′E...
- the term (as French Australasie) in Histoire des navigations aux terres australes (1756). He derived it from the Latin for "south of Asia" and differentiated...
- considered for merging. › The Austral Islands (French: Îles Australes, officially Archipel des Australes; Tahitian: Tuha'a Pae) are the southernmost group of...
- Syzygium australe, with many common names that include brush cherry, scrub cherry, cr**** lilly-pilly, cr**** satinash, and watergum, is a rainforest tree...
- Gambierdiscus australes is a species of toxic (ciguatoxin- and maitotoxin-like toxicity) dinoflagellates. It is 76–93 μm long and 65–85 μm wide dorsoventrally...
- serotinous. All but two American hard pines belong to this section. Subsection Australes is native to North and Central America and islands in the Caribbean. The...
- both faces in the form A 10 MIL (10,000 australes), A 50 MIL (50,000 australes) and A 500 MIL (500,000 australes). Argentina portal Money portal Numismatics...
- Aphyosemion australe, the lyretail panchax, golden panchax or Cape Lopez lyretail, is a species of freshwater fish belonging to the family Aplocheilidae...
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