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Alcicornis

Definition of the noun Alcicornis

What does Alcicornis mean as a name of something?

Alcicornis is a genus of Bucephalidae, described by MacCallum in 1917.

Phrases with Alcicornis

Phrases starting with the word Alcicornis:

  1. Alcicornis Baylisi
  2. Alcicornis Haroldi
  3. Alcicornis Indicus
  4. Alcicornis Inglisi
  5. Alcicornis Rauschi
  6. Alcicornis Thapari
  7. Alcicornis carangis
  8. Alcicornis Karachii
  9. Alcicornis Scomberi
  10. Alcicornis Siddiqii

Phrases ending with the word Alcicornis:

  1. genus Alcicornis
  2. Ligea Alcicornis
  3. Delias Alcicornis
  4. Oenone Alcicornis
  5. Mourera Alcicornis
  6. Solpuga Alcicornis
  7. Tabanus Alcicornis
  8. Aplysina Alcicornis
  9. Arcturus alcicornis
  10. Crassula Alcicornis

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Alcicornis

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Google previewBirds & Nature Magazine (1903)

The Millepora alcicornis is an American species living in the waters of Florida and the West India islands, and the corallium frequently grows to large dimensions. It is of a light yellow or cream color, and the surface is thickly covered with small ...

Google previewGeneric Essential Fish Habitat Amendment to the Following Fishery Managment Plans of the Gulf of Mexico (GOM): Shrimp, Red Drum, Reef Fish, Stone Crab, Coral and Coral Reef Fisheries of the Gulf of Mexico, Spiny Lobster Fishery and Coastal Migratory Pelagic Resources of GOM and South Atlantic (2004)

Environmental Impact Statement

The hydrozoan coral Millepora alcicornis is the dominant coral and major contributor to fram ' ' Middle Ground forming massive colonies along the rocky margins at about 27 m depth (Hopkins et al. 1977). The dominant scleractinians include ...

Google previewBirds and Nature (1903)

The Millepora alcicornis is an American species living in the waters of Florida and the West India islands, and the corallium frequently grows to large dimensions. It is of a light yellow or cream color, and the surface is thickly covered with small ...

Google previewVivarium naturæ or the naturalist's miscellany. ...

by George Shaw

The Millepora alcicornis is a native of the Indian and American seas, and varies greatly in size, but is generally distinguished by its upright growth, and the flattened and dilated form of its terminal ramifications. Its color is a dull chalky white, ...

Google previewBirds and Nature Magazine (1901)

The Millepora alcicornis is an American species living in the waters of Florida and the West India islands, and the corallium frequently grows to large dimensions. It is of a light yellow or cream color, and the surface is thickly covered with small ...

Google previewCorals and Coral Islands (1872)

by James Dwight Dana

cies; and lllillepora alcicornis is an identical species, though different in variety. The Bermudas are in the North Atlantic subtorrid region, in the range of the Gulf Stream. The few reef-making species that occur there are all West Indian, viz.

Google previewBryozoan Studies 2010 (2012)

by Andrej Ernst, Priska Schäfer, Joachim Scholz

alcicornis is a Pacific, high-Boreal species, recorded from British Columbia northwards in the eastern Pacific and the Commander Islands and Sea of Okhotsk in the western Pacific, at depths ranging from 11 to 152 m.

Google previewThe Garden (1899)

An Illustrated Weekly Journal of Gardening in All Its Branches by William Robinson

ALCicoRNis is a supposed natural hybrid between P. Schilleriana and P. amabilis (of Lindley). The foliage is similar to that of P. Schilleriana, while the flowers have the intsr- rhalwnopsU Schraiderce. mediate characters of the two parents.

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.)

(Alcicornis from alce, an elk, and cornu, a horn, Lat.) Like an elk's horn. —Ex. Spongia alcicornis; Tabanus alcicornis. ALcohol, al'ko-hol, s. (Arabic.) The intoxicating principle of wine, beer, and other spirituous liquors, obtained by repeated ...

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.)

Spongia alcicornis ; Tabanus alcicorn is. Alcohol, al'ko-hol, «. (Arabic) The intoxicating principle of wine, beer, and other spirituous liquors, obtained by repeated distillation, and forming what is called, in commerce, the spirit of wine.

Google previewEncyclopedia of Modern Coral Reefs (2010)

Structure, Form and Process by David Hopley

who showed that in both years the species most affected was the hydrozoan Millepora alcicornis, with lesser effects on Montastrea franksi, Diploria labyrinthiforms, and Porites astreoides. In 1988 water temperatures were the ...

Google previewEtymological Dictionary of Succulent Plant Names (2013)

by Urs Eggli, Leonard E. Newton

alcicornis Lat. 'alces', elk, and Lat. 'cornu", horn; (1) for the intricate branching pattern. (Euphorbia) – (2) probably for the inflorescences. ( Crassula) aldabrensis For the occurrence on Aldabra Island in the W Indian Ocean.

Google previewA Dictionary of Chemistry ... (1828)

by Andrew Ure

Millcpora cerulea, — alcicornis, Tubipora musica. 2. When the tnadrcpora ratnea is plunged into weak nitric acid, an effervescence is equally produced : but after all the soluble part is taken up, there remains a membrane which retains ...

Google previewA general dictionary of chemistry (1805)

by William Nisbet

Thus there are four classes of zoophites ; the first includes the Madrepora virginea — — muricata — — labyrinthica Millepora ceruleat — — alcicornis Tubipora musica. The second comprehends the Madrepora ramea — — fascicularis ...

Google previewLewis' Dictionary of Toxicology (1998)

by Robert Alan Lewis

alcicornis (fire coral). an extremely toxic ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Tidepools and Rocky Shores (2007)

by Mark W. Denny, Steven Dean Gaines

on exposed seaward reef margins or as finely branching colonies (Millepora alcicornis) in protected leeward habitats. Thickets of branching ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, or, Universal dictionary of arts, sciences, and literature (1817)

alcicornis ; found in the Netherlands, Germany, and Spain ; marmoreous.

Google previewThe Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)

Lightfoot describes an alcicornis, and Acharius has added both a damacornis and a cervicornis. Other species of Cenomyce, which occur pretty frequently in this country, are, L. uncialis and cornutus of Linnaeus; L. furcatus of Hudson; and L.

Google previewThe Edinburgh encyclopaedia, conducted by D. Brewster (1830)

by Edinburgh encyclopaedia

Lightfoot describes an alcicornis, and Acharius has added both a damxcornis and a cervicor- nis. Other species of Cenomyce, which occur pretty frequently in this country, are, L. uncial is and cornu- tus of Linnaeus ; L. furcatus of Hudson ; and ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Practical and Theoretical Chemistry (1808)

With Its Application to the Arts and Manufactures, and to the Explanation of the Phaenomena of Nature... : with Plates and Tables by William Nicholson

The following zoophytes yield neat ly the same results : Madrepora muricata □ labyrintbica Millepora cerulea alcicornis Tubipora musica. 2. When the madrepora ramea is plunged into weak nitric acid, an effervescence » equally produced ...

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