• family
  • One morphological and molecular study concluded that the former family Pteridophyllaceae has a basal position with a subsequent division into two terminal clades each containing one of the subfamilies Fumarioideae and Papaveroideae, which are clearly monophyletic. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cribella elegans or Cribrella elegans), a marine species (Crellidae) found in the Adriatic Family Callyspongiidae Callyspongia elegans (syn. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cidarites elegans), a fossil species (Cidaridae) from the Jurassic of France Cidaris elegans (A. Agassiz, 1879), a synonym for Histocidaris elegans, an extant species (Histocidaridae) †Cambraster elegans, an extinct species (family unknown) from the Cambrian †Chiridota elegans (syn. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cimex elegans), a species (Diemeniini) found in Australia Cyptocephala elegans, a species (Pentatomini) found in Illinois Family Plataspidae Coptosoma elegans, a species (Platasdinae) found in Europe Superfamily Coreoidea Cercinthus elegans (syn. (wikipedia.org)
  • synonyms
  • Following is a list of species sorted by taxonomy (including synonyms). (wikipedia.org)
  • Caloteleia elegans), a parasitoid wasp (Platygastridae) found on the Hawaiian island of Oʻahu Superfamily Chalcidoidea (Chalcid wasps) Cerachalcis elegans or Cratocentrus elegans, synonyms for Cratocentrus ruficornis, a species (Chalcididae) found in Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe Chaetospila elegans or Choetospila elegans, synonyms for Theocolax elegans, a parasitic wasp (Pteromalidae) of immature stages of stored grain pest insects Cheiloneurus elegans (syn. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cyclopina elegans or Cyclopinoides elegans), a marine species (Cyclopinidae) found in Scotland Cyclops elegans, a freshwater species (Cyclopidae) Caligus elegans or Caligulus elegans, synonyms for Caligus curtus, a sea louse (Caligidae) parasite of the Atlantic cod Collocheres elegans, a species (Asterocheridae) found in the British Isles and West Norway infesting the black brittle star Cancricepon elegans (syn. (wikipedia.org)