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Definition of the noun Achatina

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Achatina is a genus of Achatinidae, described by Lamarck in 1799.

Achatina is a genus of Animalia.

Achatina is a genus of Achatinidae.

Phrases with Achatina

Phrases starting with the word Achatina:

  1. Achatina fulica
  2. Achatina Costellata

Phrases ending with the word Achatina:

  1. genus Achatina
  2. Cassis Achatina
  3. Cosmia Achatina
  4. Mactra Achatina
  5. Aglossa Achatina
  6. Drillia Achatina
  7. Hypotia Achatina
  8. Ophiusa Achatina
  9. Orthaga Achatina
  10. Tellina Achatina
  11. Zafrona Achatina
  12. Dattinia Achatina
  13. Epirrhoe Achatina
  14. Oreodera Achatina
  15. Rissoina Achatina
  16. Agriocoma Achatina
  17. Dasychira Achatina
  18. Microhyla achatina

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Google previewBiology of the Invertebrates (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Achatina is a genus of mediumsized to very large, airbreathing, tropical land snails, terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusks in the family Achatinidae. The East African land snail, or giant African land snail, scientific name Achatina fulica, is a ...

Google previewExperiencing the Unconventional (2015)

Science in Art by Theresa Schubert, Andrew Adamatzky

The Achatina is the largest land mollusc, with its shell capable of reaching 30 cm in size. The Achatinas are native to East Africa, but today they are bred all over the world as pets. The Achatinas have a modest sense of sight enabling them to ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Americana (1904)

by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines

Achatina ( Achatina mauritanica). 7. Tun-shell (Dolium galea). 8. Wormshell (Vermetus gigas). MOLLUSCA MOLLUSCOIDA -- MOLTING MOLTKE — MOLUCCAS MQLYBDENITE ...

Google previewTreasury of Natural History; Or, A Popular Dictionary of Zoology ... (1872)

by Samuel Maunder

ACHATINA. A genus of ...

Google previewThe Treasury of Natural History: Or, A Popular Dictionary of Animated Nature (1849)

... to which are Added, a Syllabus of Practical Taxidermy, and a Glossarial Appendix by Samuel Maunder

ACHATINA. A genus of terrestrial Pneumonobranchous Gasteropods, ...

Google previewA Treasury of Natural History Or a Popular Dictionary of Zoology in which the Characteristics that Distinguish the Different Classes... by Samuel Maunder (1870)

ACHATINA. A enus of terrestrial Pneumonobranehous asteropods, popularly known by the name of agate-snails. They are characterized by an oval oblong shel , striated longitudinally, with the aperture ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Science and Technical Terms Used in Philosophy, Literature, Professions, Commerce, Arts, and Trades (1884)

by W. M. Buchanan

They are the largest of land shells, and constitute the first and typical genus of achatina. The subgenera arc the achatina (proper), eochiicopa, chacrospira, leucostoma, and achatineila. Achatihsj, a snbtypical group of Mi- eid«, or snails, ...

Google previewTechnological Dictionary (1846)

Explaining the Terms of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Professions, and Trades by W. M. Buchanan

AchATINA, a genus of land shells, chiefly found in Africa, where the ...

Google previewA New Universal Etymological, Technological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1849)

Embracing All Terms Used in Art, Science, and Literature by John Craig (lexicographer.)

A genus of Gastoropod Mollusca, the shell of which has the spire excessively long and subcylindrical; the body whorl largest; outer lip thin; the aperture oval: nearly allied to Achatina: Family, Helicidaa. MACROBPIS, mak-ros'pis, a. (mall- roe ...

Google previewA New Universal Etymological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1848)

Embracing All the Terms Used in Art, Science and Literature by John Craig (F.G.S. of Glasgow.)

A genus of Gasteropod Mollusca, the shell of which has the spire excessively long and subcylindrical; the body whorl largest; outer lip thin; the aperture oval: nearly allied to Achatina: Family, Helicidae. MACROSPIs, mak-rosopis, s. ( makros ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Scientific Terms and Technological Expressions by W. M. Buchanan (1869)

by W. M. Buchanan

AcHATINA, a genus of land shells, chiefly found in Africa, where the animals which inhabit them are used as food. They are the largest of land shells, and constitute the first and typical genus ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney ... rev. & enl. under the superintendence of Benjamin E. Smith (1911)

Achatina (ak-a-ti'nā), n. [NL., & L. achates, agate: see agate.] A genus of land- snails, of the family Helicidae. It is ''' by the large agate-shells of Africa, and is distinguished by an intorted and abruptly truncate columella. The species of this genus ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Encyclopaedia ... (1830)

by Sir David Brewster

Achatina. XI. CyclostomA.—This genus is readily distin- Cyclostoguished from all the preceding by the circular aperture ma. of the shell, and the foot of the animal being furnished with a lid or operculum. This genus may be regarded as the type ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: Dictionary (1906)

Achatina (ak-a-ti'na), n. [NL.,"< L. achates, agate : see agate.] A genus of land- snails, of the family Helicidm. It is typified by the large agate-shells of Africa, and is distinguished by an intorted and abruptly truncate columella. The species of this ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: The Century dictionary ... prepared under the superintendence of William Dwight Whitney (1903)

The small species formerly referred to Achatina are little related to the genus. Lamarck, 1799.

Google previewThe Century Dictionary (1914)

An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language

The small species formerly referred to Achatina are little related to the genus, Lamarck, 1799. Also Achatium (Link...

A name used with various limits for a genus of Helicidae, with shells of moderately small size, resembling those of Achatina.

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