- Young larvae eat the receptacle out of a floret of " Acinos arvensis " and uses the calyce as its first case.
- The nationally scarce dark-red helleborine, " Epipactis atrorubens ", is found at the site, as is basil thyme, " Clinopodium acinos ", a southern species that is uncommon this far north.
- Paris " " that in the apple season of 1593, an immense multitude of unknown birds came into England . . . swallowing nothing but the pippins, " [ granella ipsa sive acinos ] " and for the purpose of dividing the apple, their beaks were admirably adapted by nature, for they turn back, and strike one point upon the other, so as to show . . . the transverse sickles, one turned past the other ."
- It's difficult to find acinoss in a sentence. 用acinoss造句挺難的