Examples from the Web for cinerea
It feeds on birch, sallow, and heath (Erica cinerea), and may be reared on knot-grass.The Moths of the British Isles, Second Series|Richard South
In the northern part of the country Epeira cinerea (p. 165) has the same habit.The Common Spiders of the United States|James Henry Emerton
Cinerea is very closely allied to Aestivalis and was for a long time considered a part of that species.
Millardet, of France, believes that the variety may contain a strain of Cinerea as well.
It seems as common as Arcyria cinerea, and has heretofore been included in it.The Myxomycetes of the Miami Valley, Ohio|A. P. Morgan