The smallest worms are less than 1 millimeter in length, whereas the largest worms on land can be nearly 100 feet long, and the largest sea worms can be up to 180 feet long.
The terminal inflorescence can have the form of a cyme or a raceme. The flowers are sessile on a flexuose arched spike. They are commonly known in the United States as coppertips or falling stars, and in the United Kingdom as montbretia.
or potentially self-destructive behaviour performed for the benefit of others. The fungus cultivated by wood-boring beetles of the family Scolytidae Ametabola.
Pertaining to last abdominal segment which bears the anus. The small apical area enclosed by the inner and outer margins of the hindwing.
An example: ~*Ophrys bicolor Naegeli - See Ophrys apifera var.
bicolor (Naegeli) Nelson: Ophyrs bicolor is the basiosynonym and in the current name the parentheses, (Naegeli), is the namer of the basiosynonym, while Nelson is the namer of the current species Ophyrs apifera var. If a genus is complete [all of the species are represented] it is preceded by a !