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- Ovatis simplex is a species of crabs in the family Xanthidae, the only species in the genus Ovatis. Peter K. L. Ng, Danièle Guinot & Peter J. F. Davie...
- commonly refer to the plant using the ablative singular or plural, e.g. foliis ovatis 'with ovate leaves'. Glossary of botanical terms Glossary of plant morphology...
- 2012, Planta frutescens, Foliis integris, sessilibus, hirtis, obverse, ovatis, Folliculis erectis. Manuel B. Crespo, Segundo Ríos, José L. Vivero, Josefa...
- Flora ****onica (p. 203) in August 1784. He described the species as "fol. ovatis subtus tomentosis", leaving no doubt that the plant was named from the tomentum...
- Kaeng Krachan National Park. Abutilon hirtum Actephila excetsa Actephita ovatis Adenanthera pavonina Afgekia filipes Aglaia edulis Aglaia lawii Aglaia odoratissima...
- Neoxanthias Ward, 1932 Neoxanthops Guinot, 1968 Orphnoxanthus Al****, 1896 Ovatis Ng & H.-I. Chen, 2004 Palaeoxanthops † Karasawa, 1993 Paraxanthias Odhner...
- -iti: verbs on -ati have the stem -aj-: dělati "to do" > dělaj- verbs on -ovati have the stem -uj-: kovati "to forge" > kuj- verbs on -nųti have the stem...
- tomentosis flavo-ferrugineis, foliis ntrinque tomentosis petiolatis cordato-ovatis, subtus candicantibus subnervosis, supra ferrugineis auriculatis, racemis...
- the family Thamnocephalidae Ovatis simplex, a species of crabs in the family Xanthidae, the only species in the genus Ovatis Paradiaptomus simplex, a species...
- verbs as well, primarily those derived by adding the suffix -irati or -ovati, the majority of verbs not derived in such a manner are either perfective...
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