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Definition of the noun acanthopterygii
What does acanthopterygii mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: -
- teleost fishes having fins with sharp bony rays
- lexical domain: Animals - nouns denoting animals
- synonym of Acanthopterygii: superorder Acanthopterygii
- more generic term: animal order = the order of animals
- member of: subclass Teleostei / Teleostei = large diverse group of bony fishes
- order Berycomorphi / Berycomorphi = an order of spiny-finned fish in the superorder Acanthopterygii
- order Zeomorphi / Zeomorphi = dories
- order Pediculati / Pediculati = anglers and batfishes
- spiny-finned fish / acanthopterygian = a teleost fish with fins that are supported by sharp inflexible rays
- order Perciformes / order Percomorphi / Perciformes / Percomorphi = one of the largest natural groups of fishes of both marine and fresh water: true perches; basses
- order Discocephali / Discocephali = small order of fishes comprising the remoras
- order Scleroparei / Scleroparei = scorpionfishes; sculpins; gurnards; greenlings
- suborder Scorpaenoidea / Scorpaenoidea = mail-cheeked fishes: scorpionfishes
- order Tetraodontiformes / order Plectognathi / Plectognathi = boxfishes; filefishes; globefishes; ocean sunfishes; triggerfishes
- order Pleuronectiformes / order Heterosomata / Heterosomata = flatfishes: halibut; sole; flounder; plaice; turbot
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Acanthopterygii
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A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and General Literature ... in Thirty Volumes with New American Supplement
Acanthopterygii Gastrosteiformes.—The spinous dorsal is composed of isolated spines, if present; the ventrals ...
Encyclopaedia Britannica (1891)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature
Acanthopterygii X ipht'Uomes.- The upper jaw is produced into a cuneiform was 11. One famil , Xiphiida (SworgFishes), with the genera X iphies and Hisliop orus. Divrsron Vll. AmnthopterygiiTrichi1mj/'ormea.—Body elongate, compressed or ...
A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature, Science, History, Geography, Commerce, Biography, Discovery and Invention... with New American Supplement, Complete in Thirty Volumes
Acanthopterygii Blenniiformea.—Body low, subeylindrical or compressed, elongate. Dorsal fin very long; the spinous portion of the dorsal, if distinct, is very long, as well developed as the soft, or much more; sometimes the entire fin ...
A Complete Encyclopaedic Lexicon, Literary, Scientific and Technological by John Ogilvie
A group of spine-finned osseous fishes, in modern classifications generally regarded as a sub-order of the order Teleostei, and equivalent to the Acanthopterygii (which see). Acanthopterous (ak-an-thop'tér-us), a. Of or pertaining to the ...
The Nomenclator; a Technological Dictionary, Containing All the Principal Terms in Use in the Arts and Sciences, Etc (1841)
by Edward Scudamore
Class, Acanthopterygii; order, Sciaenidae, the family of Margus; sciaena aquila.
Designed for the Early Student, and Those who Have Not Made Progress in the Science by George Roberts
AcANTHoPTERYGII (akav6a, acantha, a spine or thorn; Trepvé, pterya, a wing or fin); fishes with spinous or thorny processes in the dorsal fins, with a bony skeleton. One of the grand primary divisions of Cuvier. The sword-fish is an example.
Encyclopedia of Ecology (2014)
Gempylidae Scombroidei ——E Trichiuridae Scombridae Tunas, butterfly ® Actino te ii mackerel Gnathostomota up rygl — Neopterygii Acanthopterygii —— Perciformes Xiphiidae Swordfish g (ray-finned fish) —|: billfish Istiophun'dae Marlin, ...
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Scrabble value of A1C3A1N1T1H4O1P3T1E1R1Y4G2I1I1
The value of this 15-letter word is 26 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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