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- American polar bear (Ursus maritimus maritimus) by Constantine J. Phipps in 1774, and the Siberian polar bear (Ursus maritimus marinus) by Peter Simon Pallas...
- Maritimus may refer to: Marinobacter maritimus, a Proteobacteria species in the genus Marinobacter found in sea water Ursus maritimus, the polar bear...
- A. maritimus may refer to: Ammodramus maritimus, a bird species Anguliphantes maritimus, a spider species Anotylus maritimus, a rove beetle species Asteriscus...
- well-drained soil, moist soil, and full sun. A. maritimus is currently threatened with extinction. "Asparagus maritimus - PFAF Plant Database". pfaf.org. Tutin...
- "Tibellus maritimus". GBIF. Retrieved 2019-09-24. "Tibellus maritimus". NMBE World Spider Catalog. Retrieved 2019-09-24. "Tibellus maritimus species Information"...
- N. maritimus may refer to: Nicrophorus maritimus, a synonym for Nicrophorus investigator, a burying beetle Nitrosopumilus maritimus, an extremely common...
- C. maritimus may refer to: Cathormiocerus maritimus, a weevil species in the genus Cathormiocerus Ceanothus maritimus, a buckthorn species Chaerea maritimus...
- Rumex maritimus, commonly called golden dock, bristle dock, or seas**** dock, is an annual plant species of the genus Rumex. Rumex maritimus grows in Argentina...
- Tetragonolobus maritimus, synonym Lotus maritimus, dragon's teeth is a plant species in the legume family, native to Europe, Africa and temperate Asia...
- Families, Bolboschoenus maritimus". Apps.kew.org. Retrieved 2018-07-26. "Flora of North America, Vol. 23 Page 40, Bolboschoenus maritimus (Linnaeus) Palla in...
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