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Definition of Jubae

Jubae
Juba Ju"ba, n.; pl. Jub[ae] (-b[=e]). [L., a mane.] 1. (Zo["o]l.) The mane of an animal. 2. (Bot.) A loose panicle, the axis of which falls to pieces, as in certain grasses.

Meaning of Jubae from wikipedia

- Euphorbia regis-jubae is a species of flowering plant in the family Euphorbiaceae, native to the eastern Canary Islands, western Morocco, north-western...
- Labeobarbus jubae is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Labeobarbus which is endemic to Ethiopia. Froese, Rainer; Pauly, Daniel (eds.) (2006)....
- Ectoedemia jubae is a moth of the family Nepticulidae. It is endemic to the Canary Islands. The wingspan is 4.5-5.5 mm. The larvae feed on Euphorbia balsamifera...
- Barbaloba jubae is a moth in the family Blastobasidae. It is found in Costa Rica. The length of the forewings is 5.6–6 mm. Wikispecies has information...
- genus in the physician's honour. Euphorbia was later called Euphorbia regis-jubae ("King Juba's euphorbia") to honour the king's contributions to natural...
- Hyles tithymali which feeds on endemic spurges such as Euphorbia regis-jubae. Acherontia atropos, the deaths-head hawkmoth also occurs on the island...
- the cactus-like euphorbias (now called Euphorbia obtusifolia ssp. regis-jubae) was used as a powerful laxative. In 12 BC, Juba named this plant after...
- Mejías Sonchus pustulatus Willk. Sonchus radicatus Aiton Sonchus regis-jubae Pit. Sonchus regius (Skottsb.) S.C.Kim & Mejías Sonchus x rokosensis Sutorý...
- lineatus Tilapia rendalli Tilapia zillii Varicorhinus beso Varicorhinus jubae There have been attempts to introduce species of fish in crater lakes that...
- Hierro); also known by the synonym Euphorbia broussonetii Euphorbia regis-jubae J.**** – with which it has been confused; native to the eastern Canary Islands...