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“Garra rufa, also known as the "doctor fish," exfoliate hands, ankles, calves and feet.”
“The flood plains are dominated by Hyparrhenia rufa.”
“Ho was skeptical at first about the fish, which are called garra rufa but typically known as doctor fish.”
“Introduced grasses for pasture such as Hyparrhenia rufa compete with native savanna species.”
“Predominant grassland species include perennials such as Vossia cuspidata, Echinochloa stagnina, Jardinea congoensis, Setaria anceps, Hyparrhenia rufa, and Eragrostis sp., their distributions depending on the duration and depth of seasonal flooding.”
“Formicivora grantsaui occurs on rocky outcrops in the campo rupestre and F. rufa in the adjacent savannas.”
“First observed in 1997, it is closely related to Rusty-backed Antwren Formicivora rufa, with which it sometimes occurs sympatrically.”
“From Turkey, the practice spread throughout Asia, employing garra rufa, toe-size carp that live in warm water, have no teeth and, according to those in the business, like to suck off dead skin.”
“Of course, counting myself among folks who care for both our good foot looks as well as our eco footprint, I've gotta wonder about those Turkish doctor fish, or Garra rufa, who must dine on soggy epidermis bits in a pool of water that no doubt gets pretty saturated with lotions and toxic nail polish products.”
“Of the insect fauna, 27 species are included in the Red Data Book of the Russian Federation, including Forficula vicaria*, Diestrammena unicolor*, Carabus schrenckii*, Pyrocaelia rufa*, Bombus spp*.,”
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