Rubra); edulis, white; elegans, yellowish white and purple; gigantea, blue; kewensis, rose-carmine (a hybrid between N.
184), admired Plautus as elegans, urbanus, ingeniosus, facetus (De offic. i.
Of the Cyclostomidae only one species, Cyclostoma elegans, Muller, is British; it hides under stones and roots.
The alimentary sac is simple elegans from the fins of and devoid of caeca.
Goldfink l), the Fringilla carduelis of Linnaeus and the Carduelis elegans of later authors, an extremely well-known bird found over the greater parts of Europe and North Africa, and eastwards to Persia and Turkestan.
Auratum, Brownii, concolor, elegans, giganteum, japonicum, longiflorum, monadelphum, pardalinum, speciosum, and the tiger lily (L.
Paulo in Brazil supplied Sars with representatives of all the three in his Norwegian aquaria, in some of which the little Macrothrix elegans " multiplied to such an extraordinary extent as at last to fill up the water with immense shoals of individuals."
Naultinus elegans of New Zealand is said to be viviparous; the others lay but one rather large egg at a time.
Coleonyx elegans in forests of Central America and Mexico.
Gypsophila elegans: hardy, t z ft., pale rose; branched very gracefully.
Senecio elegans: half-hardy, '1 ft., white, rose or purple; the various double forms are showy.
Zinnia elegans: half-hardy, I to 2 ft., various colours.
Elegans, 3 to 5 ft., small pale purple or whitish; A.
There are several species known, the best being albus, elegans, luteus, Plummerae, splendens, Purdyi, venustus and Weedi.