semiaquatic


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Synonyms for semiaquatic

having an aquatic early or larval form and a terrestrial adult form

partially aquatic

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Our case study shows that passive acoustic monitoring can provide valuable information on breeding behavior, vocalization, and phenology in aquatic and semiaquatic species such as R.
Ultrastructural studies of ion transporting organs include larval anal organ/papillae of semiaquatic Drosophila melanogaster and aquatic Chironomus tentans (Jarial 1987, 1995); chloride cells of Callihaetis sp.
The terrestrial and semiaquatic carnivore mammals produce significant damage on prey bones both during chewing and through the digestive tract (Andrews, 1990).
arboreal and terrestrial species, which have expanded their habitats to drier land; semiaquatic species, generally found near permanent water sources; and aquatic species, which dwell in water (Jorgensen, 1997; Hillman et al.
Coypu are large, herbivorous, semiaquatic rodents that usually live in fresh or brackish water.
Adult females are important predators on other small insects, and the immature stages are found in a wide variety of aquatic and semiaquatic habitats.
Caption: A partial skeleton reveals a small feathered creature that may have had a semiaquatic life.
Morphometric differentiation in the semiaquatic grasshopper Cornops aquaticum: associations with sex, chromosome and geographic conditions.
50PM Included here purely on account of having the most genius movie title ever, this hilarious horror spoof sees a colony of undead semiaquatic rodents terrorising bikini-clad college kids at a riverside cabin.
AMF was previously reported in two semiaquatic grasses Panicum hemitomon and Leersia hexanda (Miller and Sharitz 2000) suggesting potential beneficial contribution of AMF inoculation to host plant possibly hold some promise for WL tolerance.
TEHRAN (FNA)- The findings of a research by a team of scientists unveiled what appears to be the first truly semiaquatic dinosaur, Spinosaurus aegyptiacus.
The semiaquatic grasshopper Cornops aquaticum Bruner, which is highly specific of Eichhornia crassipes (Pontederiaceae), constitutes one of the most abundant herbivores in the Neotropical wetlands and a possible biological control agent of this weed in South Africa.
Using maps, illustrations, and other storytelling, the newspaper revealed how poor maintenance, erosion, and even burrowing semiaquatic rodents called nutria had weakened flood barriers in New Orleans, Jefferson Parish, and other areas Katrina would later hit hard.