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Definition of T fuscus

T fuscus
Redshank Red"shank` (r?d"sh?nk`), n. 1. (Zo["o]l.) (a) A common Old World limicoline bird (Totanus calidris), having the legs and feet pale red. The spotted redshank (T. fuscus) is larger, and has orange-red legs. Called also redshanks, redleg, and clee. (b) The fieldfare. 2. A bare-legged person; -- a contemptuous appellation formerly given to the Scotch Highlanders, in allusion to their bare legs. --Spenser.

Meaning of T fuscus from wikipedia

- that T. fuscus was a junior synonym of T. spectrum. T. spectrum was later determined to be a junior synonym of T. tarsier. In 2010, Groves restricted T. tarsier...
- Brevicipitidae in general, Breviceps fuscus show direct development (i.e., there is no free-living larval stage). Breviceps fuscus is a locally abundant species...
- determined to be a synonym of Eptesicus fuscus. The first use of the current name combination Eptesicus fuscus was in 1900 by Hungarian zoologist Lajos...
- T. dentatus Mak****ar tarsier T. fuscus Lariang tarsier, T. lariang Niemitz’s tarsier, T. niemitzi Peleng tarsier, T. pelengensis Sangihe tarsier, T....
- fuscus) is a species of leopard gecko found in western India, with its range possibly extending to southeastern ****stan. The specific name "fuscus"...
- whether T. pumilus was valid: Dian's tarsier, T. dentatus Miller & Hollister, 1921 Mak****ar tarsier T. fuscus Fischer, 1804 Lariang tarsier, T. lariang...
- Tropidophis fuscus is a non-venomous dwarf boa species found in Cuba. No subspecies are currently recognized. Male Tropidophis fuscus grow to 287 mm...
- Trypogeus fuscus is a species of beetle in the family Cerambycidae. It was described by Nonfried in 1894. "Trypogeus fuscus (Nonfried, 1894)". Global...
- Thiophaeococcus fuscus is a Gram-negative and motile bacterium from the genus of Thiophaeococcus has been isolated from black sand from a lagoon. "Thiophaeococcus"...
- A., Hamel, J.-F., Toral-Granda, T.-G., Alvarado, J.J., Paola Ortiz, E. & Benavides, M. (2013). "Isostichopus fuscus". IUCN Red List of Threatened Species...
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