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ⓘ Cucullus may refer to: a synonym for Conus, the cone snails, a genus of predatory sea snails a Latin word referring to a hood of a garment, as in cucullus non f ..




                                     

ⓘ Cucullus

Cucullus may refer to:

  • a synonym for Conus, the cone snails, a genus of predatory sea snails
  • a Latin word referring to a hood of a garment, as in cucullus non facit monachum The hood does not make the monk
  • a substructure of the valva, a structure in male insects that is used to hold the female during copulation
  • a hood over the head of Ricinulei arachnids
                                     
  • Eubranchus cucullus is a species of sea slug or nudibranch, a marine gastropod mollusc in the family Eubranchidae. This species was described from Puerto
  • Trochoidea cucullus is a species of air - breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusk in the family Hygromiidae, the hairy snails and
  • by the trapezioidal cucullus and the absence of the enlarged, flattened bristles on the neck of valva. In F. cyanopsis the cucullus is ovate and the neck
  • of various animals, and can be cultured from their droppings. Colpoda cucullus has been found inhabiting the surface of plants and seems to dominate the
  • epithet is derived from the Latin acuminatus pointed in reference to the unique, relatively acute cucullus of the male valva. Family Arrhenophanidae
  • grey. The species name refers to the shape of the ventral lobe of the cucullus and is derived from Latin nasus meaning a nose An assessment of the
  • hindwings are also blackish brown. The species name refers to the shape of the cucullus in the male genitalia and is derived from Latin auriculatus meaning auriculate
  • genitalia. The horns of the gnathos are pointed, and the lower angle of the cucullus is projecting. Species Details : Lobesia genialis Meyrick, 1912 Catalogue
  • forewing markings, but kurokoi can be separated by the valva having a rounded cucullus in the male genitalia. The larvae feed on Cuscuta japonica. Hieromantis
  • at the costa. The hindwings are grey. The specific name refers to the cucullus of the male genitalia ventrally bearing a slender process roundly dilated

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