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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of maculate.

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Examples

  • Sixteen species of New Zealand's native freshwater fish have been recorded in the region including the threatened giant kokopu (Galaxias argenteus), short-jawed kokopu (G. postvectis), and the inanga (G. maculates) whose young are considered a culinary delicacy.

    Westland temperate forests

  • Only one frog is a strict endemic (Breviceps sylvestris), and a further five (Leptopelis xenodactylus, Breviceps maculates, Breviceps verrucosus, Cacosternum poyntoni and Rana dracomontana) are found almost exclusively in this ecoregion (Passmore and Carruthers 1995).

    Drakensberg montane grasslands, woodlands and forests

  • Trumpetfish (Aulostomus maculates) are classic stalking predators found on coral reefs.

    Coral reef fish feeding behavior in the Caribbean

  • However, at 100 mg/m2, complete control of Dermestes maculates larvae was achieved, provided that the larvae remained in contact with the surface for 24 h.

    Chapter 7

  • Diflubenzuron applied to fishmeal at 1-3 ppm killed early instar larvae of D. maculates within 3-10 days of contact and appeared to be ovicidal at 5 ppm.

    Chapter 7

  • Callosobruchus maculates beetle's penis, which has spikes.

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  • Callosobruchus maculates) with males that had genital spikes of varying lengths.

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  • Callosobruchus maculates) with males that had genital spikes of varying lengths.

    COSMOS magazine - The science of everything

  • Hyphessobrycon herbertaxelrodi Géry), red wag platy (Xiphophorus maculates

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