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Stactobiella

Definition of the noun Stactobiella

What does Stactobiella mean as a name of something?

Stactobiella is a genus of Hydroptilidae, described by Martynov in 1924.

Stactobiella is a genus of Stactobiini.

Phrases with Stactobiella

Phrases starting with the word Stactobiella:

  1. Stactobiella Risi
  2. Stactobiella Cahaba
  3. Stactobiella delira
  4. Stactobiella ulmeri
  5. Stactobiella brustia
  6. Stactobiella Palmata
  7. Stactobiella Biramosa
  8. Stactobiella celtikci
  9. Stactobiella pictipes
  10. Stactobiella Martynovi
  11. Stactobiella Alasignata

Phrase ending with the word Stactobiella:

  1. genus Stactobiella

Other phrases containing the word Stactobiella:

  1. Species Stactobiella Risi
  2. Species Stactobiella Cahaba
  3. Species Stactobiella Delira
  4. species Stactobiella ulmeri
  5. Species Stactobiella Brustia
  6. species Stactobiella palmata
  7. Species Stactobiella Biramosa
  8. Species Stactobiella Celtikci

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Google previewLarvae of the North American caddisfly genera (trichoptera) (2015)

by Glenn B. Wiggins

DISTRIBUTION AND SPECIES Stactobiella is a small Holarctic genus with fiveNorth American species recorded over muchof the continent west toBritish Columbia, north to Minnesota, Ontario, andMaine. Populations of all of the Stactobiella ...

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Scrabble value of S1T1A1C3T1O1B3I1E1L1L1A1

The value of this 12-letter word is 16 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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