Pilifera


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Pilifera

[pī′lif·ə·rə]
(vertebrate zoology)
Collective designation for animals with hair, that is, mammals.
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La subespecie pilifera solo ha sido reportada en Venezuela, en los estados Lara y Merida, a alturas de 1200-2400msnm; las plantas son de tamano pequeno a mediano, con tallo simple, presentan una alta variabilidad en cuanto a las dimensiones de hojas y flores, y alcanzan hasta 2m de altura.
4.2 Forelius mccooki 11.7 earolinensis Nylaiitlcriu vividula 2.5 Aphaenogaster treatae 6.7 Aphaenogaster treatae 2.5 Cremalogaster 5.0 missuriensis Phcidolc tysoui 1.7 Formica dolosa 5.0 Plieidole pilifera 0.8 Solenopsis cf 3.3 eurolinensis Pheidole hieariiiata 0.8 Myrmiea pinetorum 1.7 Tapiuoma sessile 0.8 - - Discussion
This study evaluated the potential of mold and staining fungi, Aspergillus niger, Aureobasidium pullulans, Gliocladium virens, Penicillium funiculosum, Rhizopus javanicus, Ceratocystis pilifera, C.
Observations of foraging behavior, a preference for Panicum virgatum seeds, and nesting site information of Pheidole pilifera in a Black Belt Prairie remnant in Mississippi are presented.
In Opuntia pilifera the horizontal exposure of the usually vertical cladodes increases their midday temperature from 35 [degrees] C to 47 [degrees] C (Cano-Santana et al.
Monomorium minimum 0.66 0.46 Manica bradleyi 1.90 1.25 Pheidole radoszkowskii 2.15 - Pheidole pilifera 1.28 1.38 0.60 Prediction 9: Workers in Workerless Inquilines.
Presl BP-E HER Anogramma leptophylla (L.) Link BP-E HER Argyrochosma pilifera (R.M.
The species groups crassicornis, granulata and pilifera are almost exclusively Nearctic.
pilifera (Fries) Moreau [RWD 9472B] were obtained from the Center for Forest Mycology Research at the Forest Products Laboratory.