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Definition of the noun Agrion

What does Agrion mean as a name of something?

Agrion is a genus of Calopterygidae, described by Fabricius in 1775.

Agrion is a genus of Odonata, described by Leach in 1815.

Agrion is a genus of Animalia.

Agrion is a genus of Coenagrionidae, described by Kirby in 1890.

Phrases with Agrion

Phrases starting with the word Agrion:

  1. Agrion Kingii
  2. Agrion Grahami
  3. Agrion asteliae
  4. Agrion calverti
  5. Agrion satelles
  6. Agrion aequabile
  7. Agrion maculatum
  8. Agrion Pfeifferi
  9. Agrion Virginica
  10. Agrion Coloradica
  11. Agrion Californica
  12. Agrion adytum tillyardi

Phrases ending with the word Agrion:

  1. genus Agrion
  2. Asilus agrion
  3. Eocuma Agrion
  4. Norellisoma Agrion
  5. species Asilus agrion
  6. Species Eocuma Agrion

Other phrases containing the word Agrion:

  1. Species Agrion Kingii
  2. Species Agrion Grahami

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Google previewCatalogue of the Odonata, Dragonflies, of the Vicinity of Philadelphia (1893)

With an Introduction to the Study of this Group of Insects by Philip Powell Calvert

The legion Agrion is the most specialized of its subfamily ; of its genera, Argia is probably the oldest phylogenetically, and the line ...

Google previewBlackie's Modern Cyclopedia of Universal Information ... (1890)

The small blue Agrion is a common European form. But the familiar LibeUula is the most extensively distributed. Dragonnades, or Dragonades, the name given to the persecutions directed against the Protestants chiefly in the south of France, ...

Google previewXX Century Cyclopaedia and Atlas (1901)

Biography, History, Art, Science and Gazeteer of the World by Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Charles Annandale

The small blue Agrion is a common European form. In the United States the Dragon.fly is known as the Devil's Darning-needle. Dragonnades, or Deagonades, the name given to the persecutions directed against the Protestants chiefly in the ...

Google previewThe New Cabinet Cyclopædia and Treasury of Knowledge (1892)

A Handy Book of Reference on All Subjects and for All Readers. With about Two Thousand Pictorial Illustrations, a Complete Atlas of Sixty-four Colored Maps, and One Hundred Maps in the Text

The small blue Agrion is a common European form. In the United States the Dragon-fly is known :is the Devil's Darning- needle. Dragonnades, or Dragonades, the name given to the persecutions directed against the Protestants chiefly in the ...

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)

family of dragon-flies belonging to the order Odonata, comprising the slender, £ forms known as damsel-flies: named from a leading genus, Agrion, a species of which, A, puella, is the common blue dragonfly of Britain. Agrionina (ag"ri-o-ni'nā) , ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Encyclopaedia ... (1830)

by Sir David Brewster

AGRIon. Fabricius Latreille. Wings coriaceo-membranaceous, without a real stigma, in place of which is sometimes an irregular opaque spot. Abdomen of the male furnished with a forcepslike appendage. Obs. This genus comprehends those ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (1904)

A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge, with a New Atlas of the World by William Dwight Whitney

lidw , o' the group Udonata, order Neuroptera: named from a leading genus, Agrion, a species of which, A. paella, is the common blue dragonfly of Britain. Agrionina ...

Google previewA Technological Dictionary: explaining the terms of the arts, sciences, literature, professions and trades (1846)

by W. M. BUCHANAN

AGRIon IDAE, the name of a family of dragon-flies (Libellula, Lin.), of which the type is the blue dragon-fly (Agrion puella), found frequenting the sides of ditches in most parts of Britain. AGRIP'ETIST, from Lat, ager, a field, and peto, to seek.

Google previewOxford Dictionary of National Biography 2005-2008 (2013)

by Lawrence Goldman

A Agrion [special issue] (May 2008) A personal knowledge (2012) A private ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Aphrodisiacs (2013)

Psychoactive Substances for Use in Sexual Practices by Christian Rätsch, Claudia Müller-Ebeling

linnen, linokalamis, linomyrum, linon agrion (Greek, “wild flax”), linum agreste (Latin, “ land flax”), ...

Google previewDictionary of Entomology, Plant Pathology and Nematology (1998)

by O. P. Singh, S. K. Srivastava

Calopteryx: Damselfly (Agrion). Calotermes: A genus of termites (Isopteral) that live in wood and feed on it. The digestion of wood is performed by large numbers of symbiotic protozoa present in the intestine. Calyciform: Goblet cells; a type of ...

Google previewA New Universal Etymological and Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language (1847)

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

AGRACE—AGRION LA AGRIONIDAE–AGUISE. AgBAcE, a-grase', v. a. To gain favour.—Obsolete. AGRAMMATIST, a-gram'ma-tist, s. (a, priv. and grammatikos, a learned person, Gr.) An illiterate person.—Not used. AGRARIAN, ag-gra're-an, ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, Etc (1816)

Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference

AGRION. See Peuce DANU M. AGRIONARDUM, valerian. AGRIONIA, in Grecian antiquity, festivals annually celebrated by the Boeotians in honour of Bacchus. At these festivals, the women pretended to search after Bacchus as a fugitive; and ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

AGRION. See Peucedahum. AGRIONARDUM, valerian. AGRION1A, in Grecian antiquity, festival* annually celebrated by the Bœotians in honour of Bacchus. At these festivals, the women pretended to search after Bacchus as a fugitive ; and ...

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Small photo of A female Banded Demoiselle, or Banded Agrion, perched on a seed head.Small photo of a female banded sgrion also known as banded demoiselle agrion splendens resting on reedsSmall photo of a male banded agrion also known as banded demoiselle or agrion splendens damselflySmall photo of a male banded agrion also known as banded demoiselle or agrion splendens resting on cloverSmall photo of System of tracheas dragonfly larvae (Agrion) - an illustration of the encyclopedia publishers Education, St. Petersburg, Russian Empire, 1896Small photo of A male Banded Demoiselle, or Banded Agrion, displays its iridescent colors in afternoon sunlight.Small photo of a female banded agrion also known as banded demoiselle or agrion splendens resting on a reed leaf More...

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