costalis

costalis

/cos·ta·lis/ (kos-ta´lis) [L.] costal.
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Synonymy: Tabanus baitimorensis Macquart, 1855; Tabanus costalis Wiedemann, 1828; Tabanus manifestus Walker, 1850; Tabanus vicarious Walker, 1848
Epizootiology of Minchinia costalis and Minchinia nelsoni in oysters introduced into Chincoteague Bay, Virginia.
A 2-cm skin incision and an access into the peritoneal cavity were made by open laparotomy between the arcus costalis of the ipsilateral side and the umbilicus.
costalis were collected from Roberts Heights as larvae, almost certainly being Anopheles quadriannulatus.
DI 1 Lepidoptera nicippe (Cramer) DI 1 Lepidoptera eurytheme Boisduval DI 1 Lepidoptera lisa (Boisduval & DI 2 LeConte) Lepidoptera funeralis (Hubner) LT 1 Lepidoptera olinalis (Guenee) DI, LT 16 Lepidoptera thestialis (Walker) LT 1 Lepidoptera costalis (Fab.
Waist circumference (WC) was measured midway between the arcus costalis and processus spina iliaca anterior superior, hip circumference was measured at the largest level of symphisis pubis and gluteus maximus.
Species found earlier than previously recorded in Georgia are Epitheca (Tetragoneuria) costalis, Celithemis elisa, Cordulegaster bilineata, and Libellula cyanea.
He also points out that several bag-like Ediacaran organisms resemble an enigmatic creature from the Burgess Shale called Mackenzia costalis, which looks a little like a zeppelin.
The invasive Nasutitermes costalis species of termites was found in Dania Beach, Florida (5 miles south of Fort Lauderdale) in 2001.
costalis (Moore, 1878) and also diagnosed the male genitalia of Z.
Lygaeidae Zeridoneus costalis (Van Duzee) Miridae Fulvius brunneus (Provancher) Miridae Hyaliodes vitripennis (Say) Miridae Lygus lineolaris (Palisot de Beauvois) Miridae Phytocoris depictus Knight Miridae Stenodema trispinosa (Reuter) Miridae Stenotus binotatus (F.