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- Microneura is a genus of dragonfly in the family Protoneuridae. It contains the following species: Microneura caligata...
- Cryptocarya microneura is a rainforest tree growing at the eastern coastal parts of Australia. Common in most warm temperate rainforest areas on the poorer...
- Eucalyptus microneura, commonly known as Gilbert River box, is a species of small to medium-sized tree that is endemic to Queensland. It has rough, fibrous...
- Acacia microneura is a shrub belonging to the genus Acacia and the subgenus Juliflorae endemic to southern Western Australia. The slender shrub typically...
- Microneura caligata is a species of damselfly in the family Protoneuridae. It is endemic to Cuba. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical moist...
- Mutisia microneura is a species of flowering plant in the family Asteraceae. It is found only in Ecuador. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical...
- matthewii Acacia megalantha Acacia meio**** Acacia merinthophora Acacia microneura Acacia midgleyi—Cape York Salwood Acacia minyura Acacia mountfordiae Acacia...
- surface but flattened beneath. Net veins clearly seen as in Cryptocarya microneura. Mid rib colour is creamy yellow. Flowers appear from June to October...
- Isomecocnemis Cowley, 1936 Lamproneura De Marmels, 2003 Melanoneura Fraser, 1922 Microneura Hagen in Selys, 1886 Neoneura Selys, 1860 Nososticta Selys, 1860 Peristicta...
- Cryptocarya membranaceae Cryptocarya micrantha Meisn. (Brazil) Cryptocarya microneuramurrogun (Australia) Cryptocarya moschata Nees et Mart. ex Nees (Brazil)...
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