lacunosus

lacunosus

[‚lak·yə′nō·səs]
(meteorology)
A cloud variety characterized more by the appearance of the spaces between the cloud elements than by the elements themselves, the gaps being generally rounded, often with fringed edges, and the overall appearance being that of a honeycomb or net; it is the negative of clouds composed of separate rounded elements.Formerly known as lacunaris.
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leucostoma lacunosus (d'Orbigny, 1835), ha sido descrita para el departamento de Puno y en Bolivia.
Asimismo, se consideraron ejemplares tipo custodiados en el Natural History Museum of the United Kingdom (NHM-UK), correspondientes a Helix mathiusii (d'Orbigny, 1835), dos de Helix lacunosus (d'Orbigny, 1835); el primero es considerado sinonimo de M.
leucostoma lacunosus (Puno) y los ejemplares tipo de Helix lacunosus como las conchas de mayores proporciones.
lacunosus se ubican preferentemente dentro de los cuadrantes correspondientes a las conchas con forma delgada y espira mas pronunciada, siendo los individuos tipo de H.
lacunosus, fue colectada unicamente en la localidad de Chacaneque en Puno, la cual corresponde a la zona de vida "Bosque humero tropical" (bh-t).
leucostoma habian sido descritas como especies independientes, Bulimus leucostoma Sowerby, 1835 y Helix lacunosus d'Orbigny, 1835.
lacunosus en base a sus diferentes tamanos y caracteristicas de la espira.
Brisaster fragilis falls within the wedge-shaped category and can therefore be compared to other wedge-shaped urchins (e.g., Brisaster latifrons, Brissopsis lyrifera, and Schizaster lacunosus) in terms of their movement.
Primera citacio de Teloschistes lacunosus (Rupr.) Savicz al Pais Valencia.
As for Pterodoras granulosus (Valenciennes, 1821) parasitised by Rondonia rondoni Travassos (1920) (Nematoda), for Franciscodoras marmoratus (Reinhardt, 1874) for the Sao Francisco River (Dias et al., 2004; Santos and Brasil-Sato, 2006) and for Atherinomorus lacunosus (Forster, 1801) parasitised by Livoneca sp.
(Flabellifera: Cymothoidae), an isopod parasite in the oral and branchial cavities of the Red Sea silverside Atherinomorus lacunosus (Perciformes, Atherinidae).