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Definition of the noun Acasta
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Acasta is a genus of Archaeobalanidae, described by Leach in 1817.
- synonym: genus Acasta
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Maxillopoda
- order: Sessilia
- family: Archaeobalanidae
- species Acasta alba
- species Acasta alcyonica
- species Acasta alcyonicola
- species Acasta amakusana
- species Acasta apertura
- species Acasta armata
- species Acasta chejudoensis
- species Acasta conica
- species Acasta coriolis
- species Acasta crassa
- species Acasta cyanthus
- species Acasta cyathus
- species Acasta daedalusa
- species Acasta demura
- species Acasta denticulata
- species Acasta echinata
- species Acasta fenestrata
- species Acasta fischeri
- species Acasta flexuosa
- species Acasta foraminifera
- species Acasta formae
- species Acasta funiculorum
- species Acasta gregaria
- species Acasta hirsuta
- species Acasta idiopoma
- species Acasta infirma
- species Acasta japonica
- species Acasta koltuni
- species Acasta madagascariensis
- species Acasta madreporicola
- species Acasta martillacensis
- species Acasta muricata
- species Acasta newmani
- species Acasta pertusa
- species Acasta purpurata
- species Acasta rimiformis
- species Acasta sarda
- species Acasta schafferi
- species Acasta semota
- species Acasta serrata
- species Acasta sinica
- species Acasta spinosa
- species Acasta spongiteformis
- species Acasta spongites
- species Acasta spongites japonica
- species Acasta striata
- species Acasta sulcata
- species Acasta sulcata akanthosa
- species Acasta sulcata anchoris
- species Acasta sulcata spinosa
- species Acasta tzetlini
- species Acasta umitosaka
- species Acasta undulata
- species Acasta vesiculosa
- species Acasta vipensis
- species Acasta vivicava
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
Count per one degree cell 1 - 9 10 - 99 100 - 999 1000 - 9999 10000 - 99999 100000+
Phrases with Acasta
Phrases starting with the word Acasta:
- Acasta Alba
- Acasta Glans
- Acasta Zuiho
- Acasta Armata
- Acasta Conica
- Acasta Crassa
- Acasta Nitida
- Acasta Porata
- Acasta Semota
- Acasta Sinica
- Acasta cyathus
- Acasta Hirsuta
- Acasta Infirma
- Acasta Koltuni
- Acasta Pertusa
- Acasta Serrata
- Acasta Striata
- Acasta Sulcata
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Acasta
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Venoms of the Hymenoptera (2013)
Biochemical, Pharmacological and Behavioural Aspects by Tom Piek
Melittobia acasta is a tiny wasp that waits in the cells of bees and wasps until ...
An Encyclopedia by Spencer C. Tucker
Escorted by the destroyers Acasta and Ardent, the Glorious was intercepted by the German battleships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau some 280 miles west of Harstad, ...
by Christopher Chant
The Admiral Hipper and the destroyers were now detached to Trondheim for fuel, while thetwo battlecruisers headed north for Narvik, encountering the aircraftcarrier Gloriousescorted by the destroyers Acasta and Ardent. All three were sunk.
A Dictionary of Polite Literature; Or, Fabulous History of the Heathen Gods and Illustrious Heroes.. (1804)
Acasta, Adma, Aigeria, Aiglc, Agalete, Agave, Amathia, Amphithm, Amphinume, Amphilaa, Amphyro, Arethusa, Asia, Attc, Beroc, Calianaste, Calliroe, Calypso, Casinaria, Cerccis, Clio, Clotho, Clymenc, Clytia, Corasice, Creseis, Cydippe, ...
A Political, Social, and Military History by Spencer C. Tucker
With the Leander was the Newcastle, built recently the same way, and the 40-gun rated older frigate Acasta. The three British ships had blockaded the Constitution at Boston, and Collier had been searching for it ever since its escape from that ...
by Vivien Gornitz
Ga granitic gneiss preserved in the Acasta Gneiss Complex, Northwest Territories, Canada. These strongly deformed rocks constitute <20 km2 of the 4.0-2.6 Ga Slave Craton. Other remnants of ...
Pitho, Admete, Prynno, Ianthe, Rhodia, Hippo, Callirhoe, Urania, Clymene, Idyia, Pasithoe, Clythia, Zeuxo, Galuxaure, Plexaure, Perfeis, Pluto, Thoe, Polydora, Melobosis, Dione, Cerceis, Xanthe, Acasta, Ianira, Telestho, Europa, Menestho, ...
Online dictionaries and encyclopedias with entries for Acasta
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Photo about Acasta
Group 4: 2nd Place Maria Acasta
Coffee High School, Douglas, GA.
Photo credit: USFWS/Southeast
Video language resources about Acasta
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- HMS Acasta - Official Trailer
- Journey to the Acasta Gneiss World's oldest rock
To collect pieces of this rare rock, a flight must be chartered from the city of Yellowknife to a small outcrop approximately 300km north of the city. Flights leading ...
- HMS Glorious, Acasta & Ardent remembered
A tribute to the men of HM Ships Glorious, Ardent & Acasta, still missed and loved by so many. This was a scandalous situation whereby the British Admiralty ...
- HMS ACASTA
- Acasta Gneiss
Gneiss is a high grade banded metamorphic formed by the deep burial and heating of its pre-existing parent rock. This specimen the Acasta Gneiss from the NW ...
- Acasta River Gneiss
Staking a claim of the Oldest Rocks in the world!
- HMS Glorious, Acasta and Ardent - 70th anniversary wreath laying, Harstad, Norway.
On the 8th of June 2010, relatives of those lost on HM Ships Glorious, Acasta and Ardent, laid wreaths near Harstad in northern Norway, to mark the 70th ...
Scrabble value of A1C3A1S1T1A1
The value of this 6-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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