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Definition of the noun Amatidae
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Amatidae is a family of Lepidoptera.
- synonym: family Amatidae
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Insecta
- order: Lepidoptera
- family: Arctiidae
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The family name Amatidae is a change from Syntomidae, formerly used, on the ground that the generic name Amata Fab. has priority over Syntomis Ochs. There are many synonymic references and corrections of generic locations all of which ...
A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
The Amatidae ...
by O. P. Singh, S. K. Srivastava
Amatidae (Syntomidae): A family of tropical moths (Lepidoptera). These are small , dayflying and brightly coloured. Some species resemble wasp. Larvae of some moths are agricultural pests, e.g. Syntomis fortune! . Ambulatory leg (Running): ...
A Dictionary of Entomology (2011)
AMATIDAE Plural Noun. See Arctiidae. AMAUROBIIDAE Plural Noun. White- eyed spiders. Widely distributed. A Family of Araneae in Suborder Labidognatha. Form irregular webs in concealed places on ground (rocks, debris). Eyes appear ...
A distinctive character is the lamellate or toothed bill, invested with a tough coriaceous integument hardened at the end into a more or less distinct nail, whence the Amatidae are sometimes called Unguirostres. The technical characters are: ...
National Encyclopedia (1896)
An Abridged Library and Universal Reference Book, with Maps, Illustrations, and Pronunciation by Leo de Colange
Amatidae, (a-ndt'e-de.) (Zool.) The Duck fam, comprising swimming birds whose jaws have transverse lamellae, the upper mandible ending in an obtuse rounded nail, and a groove running along both jaws to the nail. They are numerous, and ...
by Samuel Johnson, Robert Gordon Latham
Wider still the family Amatidae. This comprises (1) the geese, (2) the swans, (3) the true ducks, and (4) the mergansers or smews .
Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature, Enlarged and Improved
have conclusively proved that it is not passerine, and is nearly allied to the M amatidae (cf. Mormor) and Aleedinidae (cf. KINGFISHER), it being regarded as forming a distinct sub-family Todinae of the Momotidae peculiar to the Greater ...
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