Definition of Lunulated. Meaning of Lunulated. Synonyms of Lunulated

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Definition of Lunulated

Lunulated
Lunulate Lu"nu*late, Lunulated Lu"nu*la`ted, a. [See Lunula.] (Bot. & Zo["o]l.) Resembling a small crescent. --Gray.

Meaning of Lunulated from wikipedia

- The lunulated antbird (Oneillornis lunulatus) is a species of insectivorous bird in the family Thamnophilidae. It is found in Ecuador and Peru. Its natural...
- Anthene lunulata, the lunulated hairtail and red-spot ciliate blue, is a butterfly in the family Lycaenidae. It is found in Senegal, Gambia, Mali, Burkina...
- Rhagastis lunata, the lunulate mottled hawkmoth, is a moth of the family Sphingidae. It is known from Nepal, north-eastern India, Thailand, south-western...
- three indistinct antemedial lines; a pale spot in the end of cell; two lunulate curved postmedial lines. Hind wing yellow with a postmedial black band...
- genus contains two species: White-throated antbird (Oneillornis salvini) Lunulated antbird (Oneillornis lunulatus) These two species were at one time included...
- antbird Bicolored antbird White-ch****ed antbird White-throated antbird Lunulated antbird Bare-e**** antbird Harlequin antbird White-breasted antbird Chestnut-crested...
- forewings are white, but the costa is buff. There is a double lunulate postmedial, a single lunulate subterminal and dotted terminal fasciae which are buff or...
- (gl****-like) spot in the cell, as well as a lunulate (crescent-shaped) spot in the end of the cell and a lunulate spot below the cell with a whitish mark...
- vitta) extending from the head to the elytra, where there are two white lunulated spots. It is named after Thomas Tatum of St George’s Hospital. This species...
- a black-centered grey spot on the discocellulars. Both wings are with lunulate marginal line. Underside of wings slightly suffused with grey. "Species...
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