Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In the graptolites, the triangular stiletto-shaped body at the proximal end of a polypary, representing the primary theca or zoöid of the colony.
- n. zoology The hard, triangular apex of a graptolite from which it grows.
“Do you know if the investigators ever followed up with a comparison of the full genomes of the two strains of P. sicula?”
“Now, an international team of researchers has shown that introducing these small, green-backed lizards, Podarcis sicula, to a new environment caused them to undergo rapid and large-scale evolutionary changes.”
“In that year experimenters transported five pairs of Podarcis sicula from Pod Kopiste and released them on Pod Mrcaru.”
“They found a flourishing population of lizards on Pod Mrcaru, which DNA analysis confirmed were indeed Podarcis sicula.”
“In 1971 a population of common Mediterranean lizards, Podarcis sicula, which mainly eat insects, was present on Pod Kopiste but there were none on Pod Mrcaru.”
“A few of these are Algyroïdes fitzingeri, Podarcis tiliguerta, and Podarcis sicula.”
“Examples of these are Algyroïdes fitzingeri, Podarcis tiliguerta, and Podarcis sicula.”
“The ecoregional mountain massifs host around 14 reptile species also typical of other similar forest ecosystems - mountain conifer and broadleaf mixed forests - from other Southern European Mediterranean countries (i.e. Algyroïdes fitzingeri, Podarcis tiliguerta, and Podarcis sicula).”
“The rare Sicilian shrew (Crocidura sicula) is endemic to Sicily, and persists in the montane forests.”
“These include Algyroïdes fitzingeri, Podarcis tiliguerta, and Podarcis sicula.”
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