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Definition of the noun Acroceridae
What does Acroceridae mean as a name of something?
Acroceridae is a family of Diptera.
- synonym: family Acroceridae
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Insecta
- order: Diptera
- genus Acrocera
- genus Acrodes
- genus Africaterphis
- genus Apelleia
- genus Apsona
- genus Archaeterphis
- genus Archipialea
- genus Archocyrtus
- genus Arrhynchus
- genus Asopsebius
- genus Astomella
- genus Astomelloides
- genus Burmacyrtus
- genus Camposella
- genus Corononcodes
- genus Cyrtus
- genus Dimacrocolus
- genus Eulonchiella
- genus Eulonchus
- genus Exetasis
- genus Exetasis
- genus Glaesoncodes
- genus Hadrogaster
- genus Helle
- genus Henops
- genus Holops
- genus Juracyrtus
- genus Lasia
- genus Lasioides
- genus Leucopsina
- genus Megalybus
- genus Meruia
- genus Mesocera
- genus Mesophysa
- genus Neolasia
- genus Neopanops
- genus Nipponcyrtus
- genus Nothra
- genus Ocnaea
- genus Ogcodes
- genus Oligoneura
- genus Oncodes
- genus Opsebius
- genus Panocalda
- genus Panops
- genus Paracrocera
- genus Paracyrtus
- genus Parahelle
- genus Philopota
- genus Physegaster
- genus Physegastrella
- genus Pialea
- genus Pialeoidea
- genus Pithogaster
- genus Prophilopota
- genus Psilodera
- genus Pterodontia
- genus Pteropexus
- genus Rhysogaster
- genus Sabroskya
- genus Schlingeromyia
- genus Sphaerops
- genus Stenopialea
- genus Subcyrtus
- genus Terphis
- genus Thyllis
- genus Turbopsebius
- genus Villalites
- genus Villalus
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Acroceridae is a kind of Terphis.
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Acroceridae
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Encyclopedia of Entomology (2008)
by John L. Capinera
Acroceridae. A family of flies (order Diptera). They commonly are known as small- headed flies. >• Flies Acrolepiidae A family of moths (order Lepidoptera). They commonly are 38 Acrididae.
A Dictionary of Entomology (2011)
See Acroceridae. ACROCERIDAE Plural Noun. Bladder Flies; Small-Headed Flies.
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1888)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature
Acroceridae, Bombyliidcc, Nemcstrinidce, Mydarida, Atilidas, Empida; and Dolichopodidai) ; and 3, the Acroptera, in which the wings are pointed (fam. Lonckopteridce). The Cyclorhapha in like manner are divided into two sub- sections — the ...
by Maurice Burton, Robert Burton
Rhagionidae Platypezidae Platystomatidae Psychodidae Snipe tlies Tabanidae Flat-tooted flies Pipunculidae Micropezidae Moth flies or Stilt-legged flies owl midges Horseflies Syrphidae Coelopidae Phlebotomidae Acroceridae Hoverflies ...
A superfamily of dipterous insects including the families Nemestrinidae, Acroceridae, Bombyliidae, Therevidae, and Scenopinidae. obtained from coca leaves and also formed synthetically; its properties are similar to £ of cocaine, but it is far ...
Acroceridae (ak-rö-seri-dé), n; pl. [NL., (Acrocera + -idae.]. A family of dipterous insects, belonging to the section or suborder Brachycera, having antennae with few joints, and to the Tetrachata, the division of the Brachycera in which the ...
by Christopher G. Morris, Academic Press
Acroceridae Invertebrate Zoology, a family of two-winged dipteran flies with a very small head and a humpbacked thorax; the larvae are parasites of spiders. Acrochaetiaceae Botany, a family of red algae belonging to the order Nemaliales, ...
Embracing All the Terms Used in Art, Science and Literature by John Craig (F.G.S. of Glasgow.)
ACRoCERIDAE, ak-kro-se-ri'de, s. (akros, extrem and keros, a horn or antenna, Gr.) A family Dipterous insects, having for its type the gen Acrocera.—Leach. ACRODACTYLUM, ak-kro-dak'te-lum, s. (akros a daktylos, a digit, Gr.) The upper ...
The Encyclopaedic Dictionary (1896)
A New, Original and Exhaustive Work of Reference to All English Words, Their Origin, Development, Orthography, Pronunciation, Meaning and Legitimate Or Customary Use ... by Robert Hunter, Charles Morris
It contains seven families-OEstridae, Muscidae, Dolichopidae, Syrphidae, Therevidae, Leptidae, Stratiomydae, Bombyliidae, Anthracidae, Acroceridae, Empidae, Hybotidae, Asilidae, Mydasidae, and Tabanidae. (See these terms; also ...
To which is Added a Compendium of Historical, Biographical, Geographical, Scientific, Religious, and Sociological Names, and a Complete Summary of Human Achievement in the Nineteenth & Twentieth Centuries ...
Dolichopidae, Syrphidae, Therevidae, Leptidae, Stratiomydae, Bombyliidae, Anthracidae, Acroceridae, Ernpidae, Hybotidae, Asilidae, Mydasidae, and Tabanidae. (See these terms; also BRACHYSTOMA, NOTACANTHA, and TANYSTOMA.) ...
Nemestrinidae, Acroceridae, Bombyliidae, Therevidae, and Scenopinidae. Same trophology tro £y trö-fol'ö-ji), n. [Gr. Tooph, nour# - Moyla, (Zéyetv,
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Acroceridae - Eulonchus sp. on Calystegia
Crystal Cave trail, Sequoia National Park, California, USA
Acroceridae larvae are internal parasitoids of spiders.
Photo credit: S. Rae
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Acroceridae - Cyrtus gibbus female
Cyrtus gibbus female trying ovipositing on the vial 2007 Jorge Almeida.
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