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Definition of C maculatus

C maculatus
Wrymouth Wry"mouth`, n. (Zo["o]l.) Any one of several species of large, elongated, marine fishes of the genus Cryptacanthodes, especially C. maculatus of the American coast. A whitish variety is called ghostfish.

Meaning of C maculatus from wikipedia

- Callosobruchus maculatus is a species of beetles known commonly as the cowpea weevil or cowpea seed beetle. It is a member of the leaf beetle family,...
- Ocean. The C. maculatus is nocturnal in nature, actively scavenging at night along the ocean floor. The nocturnal nature of the Carpilius maculatus leads it...
- America. "Ceuthophilus maculatus Report". Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Retrieved 2019-09-25. "Ceuthophilus maculatus". GBIF. Retrieved 2019-09-25...
- has been observed even when female C. chinensis are present. Callosobruchus maculatus Srinivasan, T.; Durairaj, C. (2008). "Damage Potential of Bruchids...
- Andaman Islands O. c. macrourus - Blyth, 1846: Originally described as a separate species. Found on the Nicobar Islands O. c. maculatus - Vieillot, 1817:...
- Ceratophyllus maculatus is a species of flea in the family Ceratophyllidae. It was described by Wagner in 1927. "Ceratophyllus maculatus" at the Encyclopedia...
- maculatus is a species of carpenter ant (genus Camponotus). Camponotus maculatus foveolatus Stitz, 1925 - Philippines Camponotus maculatus maculatus Fabricius...
- 2019. Callopistes maculatus at the Reptarium.cz Reptile Database. Accessed 2 July 2019. "Callopistes palluma (= Callopistes maculatus)". Archived from...
- consume them as they develop. They emerge from the seeds as adults. C. maculatus in particular is well adapted to living in dry beans and seeds because...
- which is toxic to lepidopteran species including the maruca. Severe C. maculatus infestations can affect 100% of the stored peas and cause up to 60% loss...