Definition of Discina. Meaning of Discina. Synonyms of Discina

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Definition of Discina

Discina
Discina Dis*ci"na, n. [NL., fr. L. discus disk, Gr. ?.] (Zo["o]l.) A genus of Branchiopoda, having a disklike shell, attached by one valve, which is perforated by the peduncle.

Meaning of Discina from wikipedia

- Discina may refer to: Discina (fungus), a genus of ascomycete fungi Discina (brachiopod), an extinct brachiopod genus in the family Discinidae This disambiguation...
- Discina ac****bens Discina ancilis Discina australica Discina brunnea Discina caroliniana Discina corticalis Discina disticha Discina epixyla Discina fastigiata...
- Discina is a monotypic genus of Discinidae brachiopods, comprising the species D. striata. Be aware to not copy any work that is not yours....
- Elachista discina is a moth of the family Elachistidae that is endemic to Australia. Lauri Kaila (7 June 2011). Elachistine Moths of Australia: Lepidoptera...
- Discina perlata, commonly known as pig's ears is a brown to tannish, wrinkled, cup- or ear-shaped fungus, sometimes with short, stout stalk. The spores...
- Grant, 1976 C. cr****a Cooper and Grant, 1976 C. depressa Sun, 1991 C. discina Cooper and Grant, 1976 C. elongata Dunbar and Condra, 1932 C. emarginata...
- rhynchonellids, and terebratulids are also very common. Inarticulate forms include Discina and Crania. Some species and genera had a very wide distribution with only...
- Cinematography Nicolas Hayer Edited by Jacqueline Sadoul Distributed by DisCina Release date 29 September 1950 (1950-09-29) (France) November 29, 1950 (1950-11-29)...
- Pezizales showed the genus Gyromitra to be most closely related to the genus Discina, and also Pseudorhizina, Hydnotrya, and only distantly related to Helvella...
- fastigiata (Krombh.) Herter (1951) Neogyromitra fastigiata (Krombh.) McKnight (1968) Discina fastigiata (Krombh.) Mirko Svrček [cs] & J.Moravec (1972)...
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