Definition of Cambricus. Meaning of Cambricus. Synonyms of Cambricus

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Definition of Cambricus

Cambricus
Sewen Sew"en, n. (Zo["o]l.) A British trout usually regarded as a variety (var. Cambricus) of the salmon trout.

Meaning of Cambricus from wikipedia

- Synonym list  Ajax breviflos Haw. Ajax cambricus Haw. Ajax capax M.Roem. Ajax cernuus Haw. Ajax cuneifolius Haw. Ajax fenestralis Gray Ajax festalis (Salisb...
- community. Briggs, D.E.G.; Collins, D. (1999), "The Arthropod Alalcomenaeus cambricus Simonetta, from the Middle Cambrian Burgess Shale of British Columbia"...
- Cotoneaster cambricus (wild cotoneaster; Welsh: Creigafal y Gogarth "rock apple of Gogarth") is a species of Cotoneaster endemic to the Great Orme peninsula...
- wider sense, including plants from Wales now split off as Cotoneaster cambricus and plants from Scandinavia now treated as Cotoneaster scandinavicus,...
- eastern Europe and southwest Asia, and is also related to Cotoneaster cambricus from Wales. It differs from C. integerrimus in that the leaves are always...
- species such as peregrine falcons and a species of wild cotoneaster (cambricus) which can only be found on the Great Orme. The sheer limestone cliffs...
- 1803) Salmo gadoides (Lacepède, 1803) Salmo phinoc (Shaw, 1804) Salmo cambricus (Donovan, 1806) Salmo taurinus (Walker, 1812) Salmo montana (Walker, 1812)...
- (Rehder & E.H.Wilson) Flinck & B.Hylmö – Sikang cotoneaster Cotoneaster cambricus J.Fryer & B.Hylmö – wild cotoneaster Cotoneaster camilli-schneideri Pojark...
- 1979 Cixius beieri Wagner, 1939 Cixius caledonicus China, 1942 Cixius cambricus China, 1935 Cixius carniolicus Wagner, 1939 Cixius cavazoricus Hoch, 1991...
- devote himself entirely to it. In 1821 Wilson discovered Cotoneaster cambricus on Great Orme's Head. It brought him into correspondence with Sir James...
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