vermiculatus has a vermiculated
pattern in its head and body with a brownish color found on the darker areas and bluish above grading and silvery below on paler areas.
Specimens were identified as vermiculated
sailfin Pterygioplichthys disjunctivus (Weber 1991), a native to the Madeira River drainage of the Amazon basin in Brazil and Bolivia and the main nuisance species in Mexico, USA, Philippines and Taiwan.
(95) As a largely tropical species of fish, the vermiculated
Has it disappeared?) The house pleasantly still behind her, tall (two stories and an attic) and white, long and wide, a structure that seems neither exalted nor neglected, somewhere in between, cheerful disregard, its sun-beaten doll's house gable and rain-worn and vermiculated
oak columns and clear-cut timber boards long in need of a thick coat of wash, the veranda sunken forward like an open jaw, the stairs a stripped and worn tongue.
all, in pavement, and inlaid in vermiculated
My eyes homed in as I watched the chestnut-red-colored head and neck begin to lift, followed by the ashen-colored wing coverts vermiculated
with black, flapping through the air as the Benelli swung, belching its deadly payload of BlackCloud.
herringbone masonry--eglutiskasis muras, horseshoe arch--pasagine arka, saucer-shaped dome--lekstasis kupolas, sawtooth roof--pjukliskasisi stogas, trefoil arch--trilape arka, vermiculated
masonry--kirmeliskasisi muras, umbrella dome--sketiskasis kupolas.