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Definition of the noun Acoetes
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Acoetes is a genus of Acoetidae, described by Audouin & Milne Edwards in 1832.
- synonyms: genus Acoetes / Acaetes / genus Acaetes / Acoeta / genus Acoeta
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Annelida
- class: Polychaeta
- order: Phyllodocida
- family: Acoetidae
- species Acoetes bataensis
- species Acoetes congoensis
- species Acoetes flagelliformis
- species Acoetes grubei
- species Acoetes jogasimae
- species Acoetes lupina
- species Acoetes magnifica
- species Acoetes melanonota
- species Acoetes mohammadi
- species Acoetes mortenseni
- species Acoetes pacifica
- species Acoetes pleei
- species Acoetes southcarolinensis
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Acoetes is a genus of Sergestidae, described by Agassiz in 1846.
- synonym: genus Acoetes
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Malacostraca
- order: Decapoda
- family: Sergestidae
- genus: Acetes
Acoetes was the name of two men in Greek and Roman mythology. The first Acoetes is known for helping the god Bacchus. Another, lesser-known Acoetes was father to Laocoon, who warned about the Trojan Horse.
Phrases with Acoetes
Phrases starting with the word Acoetes:
- Acoetes Pleei
- Acoetes Grubei
- Acoetes lupina
- Acoetes Pacifica
- Acoetes Bataensis
- Acoetes Jogasimae
- Acoetes Magnifica
- Acoetes Mohammadi
- Acoetes Congoensis
- Acoetes Melanonota
- Acoetes Mortenseni
- Acoetes Flagelliformis
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A Classical Dictionary (1872)
by Charles Anthon
ACOETES ('Axomzf), according to Ovid (Met., 3, 582, &c.), the son of a poor fisherman In Maeonia, who served as pilot in a ship. After landing at the island of Naxos, some of the sailors brought with them on board a beautiful sleeping boy, ...
To which Will be Prefixed, Mr. Walker's Principles of English Pronunciation ... Compiled from Authors of the Most Approved Reputation: with Considerable Additions by Richard Smith Coxe, John Walker
The crew were changed into sea monsters, but Acoetes was preserved.
The Treasury of Knowledge and Library of Reference: pt. I. A compendious English grammar by Goold Brown. English dictionary ed. by Lyman Cobb, 6th ed. pt. II. The new universal gazetteer by Edwin Williams, 7th ed. pt. III. An epitome of chronology and history, with an appendix; a compendious classical dictionary; and a dictionary of law terms...by a gentleman of the New York bar...6th ed (1836)
They were changed into sea monsters, but Acoetes was preserved. Aconteus, a famous hunter, changed into a stone by the head of Medusa. Acontius, a very handsome man, married at Delos to Cydippe, by stratagem. Acra, a mountain in ...
A New Classical Lexicon of Biography, Mythology, and Geography, including the pronunciation of proper names supported by authorities, etc (1858)
by Thomas Swinburne CARR
Acoetes, and priest of the Thymbraean Apollo; 222 who, while sacrificing a bullock, saw two ...
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