Cingulata


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Cingulata

[‚siŋ·gyə′läd·ə]
(vertebrate zoology)
A group of xenarthran mammals in the order Edentata, including the armadillos.
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Karahanaenone (42) was fermented with Glomerella cingulata, to yield (-)-(S)-karahanaenol (43) (Miyazawa et al.
Ploetz et al, (1997) observed the symptoms of decline, tip dieback and gummosis from mango nurseries artificially inoculated with Alternaria altemata, Glomerella cingulata, Dothiorella dominicana, Botryodiplodia theobromae and Phomopsis sp.
Subfamilia Sphinginae Latreille Tribu Sphingini Latreille Agrius cingulata (Fabricius) * Manduca sexta (Linnaeus) * Manduca rustica (Fabricius) * Manduca diffissa diffissa (Butler) Lintneria maura (Burmeister)
The nine-banded armadillos, family Dasypodidae, order Cingulata, Superorder Xenarthra, (13) were introduced in North America very recently, around the year 1880.
Verrucosa arenata Wixia ectypa unidentified Clubionidae Clubiona abboti Clubiona mixta unidentified Corinnidae Castianeira cingulata Castianeira gertschi Castianeira longipalpa Castianeira trilineata Castianeira variata Castianeira sp?
60% IRI) were represented by the small octopus Robsonella fontaniana, and the snail Turritella cingulata.
Family Genus; species Agelenidae Koch 1837 Agelenopsis pennsylvanica (1) Koch 1843 Antrodiatidae Gertsch 1940 Antrodiaetus unicolor Hentz 1842 Corinnidae Karsch 1880 Castianeira cingulata (1, 6, 8, 9, 11) Koch 1841 Castianeira longipalpus (1, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11) Hentz 1847 Phrurotimpus alarius (1, 6, 8, 9) Hentz 1847 Phrurotimpus borealis (3, 6, 9) Emerton 1911 Phrurotimpus minutus (1, 6) Banks 1892 Phrurotimpus sp.
Nicaniella cingulata Small malletiids Mesosaccella dammarensis Small Protocardia peraltaensis protocardiids
Periods of hot and humid weather are perfect conditions for bitter rot, which is caused by the fungus Glomerella cingulata.
Nor would former insect curator Tim Jenkins at the Stratford Butterfly Farm which was the final destination for what turned out to be the Scolopendra Cingulata species of centipede.