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Definition of the noun Ambrysus (Ambrysus)
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Ambrysus (Ambrysus) is a subgenus of Ambrysus.
- synonym: subgenus Ambrysus (Ambrysus)
- species Ambrysus amargosus
- species Ambrysus californicus
- species Ambrysus occidentalis
- species Ambrysus mormon
- species Ambrysus signoreti
- species Ambrysus arizonus
- species Ambrysus buenoi
- species Ambrysus lunatus
- species Ambrysus melanopterus
- species Ambrysus pudicus
- species Ambrysus pulchellus
- species Ambrysus puncticollis
- species Ambrysus thermarum
- species Ambrysus woodburyi
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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Ambrysus (Ambrysus)
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Pond Life (2001)
by George K. Reid, Herbert Spencer Zim, George S. Fichter, Tom Dolan, Sally D. Kaicher
Ambrysus is a western genus.
Illustrated Keys to Known Families, Genera, and Species in South America by Charles W. Heckman
Ambrysus (Melloiella) truncaticollis De Carlo, 1935 (Argentina, Rio Grande do Sul, Santa Catarina, São Paulo). 4. (2) The coloration of the head, ...
Pronouncing dictionary (1849)
by John Walker
Pegasus, Tamasus, Harpa- sus, Imbrasus, Cerasus, Doryasus, Vogesus, Vologesus* Ephesus, Ani- sus, Genusus, Ambrysus. ATUS ETUS ITUS OTUS U- TUS YTUS— Accent the Penultimate, Rubicatus, Baeticatus, Abra- datus, Ambigatus, ...
A Smaller Classical Dictionary of Biography, Anthology, and Geography Abriged from the Larger Dictionary by William Smith (1877)
See AMBRYSUs. AMPSAGA (-ae), a river of N. Africa, dividing Numidia from Mauretania Sitifensis, and flowing past the town of Cirta. AMPSANCTUS or AMSANCTUS LACUS, a small lake in Samnium near Aeculanum, from which mephitic ...
Walker's Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language: with the Key, and Upwards of 10,000 Additional Words and Phrases in Daily Use, Recently Introduced Into the Language (1862)
by John Walker, Francis R. Sowerby
Ambrysus. -ATUS ETUS ITUS OTUS UTUS YTUS—Accent the Penulti/ ¢ . . \ !. 0 mate. Rubicatus, Bwticahls, Abradaitus,Ambigatus,Vs.!'ia.tus,Elatus, 1'11-utus, Cutugnatus, Cinciunatus, Odenatus, Leonatus, Aratus, Pythamtus, Demaratus, ...
Encyclopedia of Chronology (1872)
Historical and Biographical by Bernard Bolingbroke Woodward, William Leist Readwin Cates
Ambrysus, (Ambrosseus, Amphrysus, Dhistomo,) in Greece,— BC]—fortified by Athenians and Thebans against Philip of Macedonia, winter 339-8"—taken by T. Quinctius Flamininus, 198." * Grote. b Smith's ...
A Classical Dictionary of Biography, Mythology, and Geography Based on the Larger Dictionaries William Smith (1859)
by William Smith
AMBRYsus. Ampsāga (Wad-el-Kabir, or Sufjimar), a river of N. Africa, which divided Numidia from Mauretania Sitifensis. It flows past the town of Cirta ( Constantina). Ampsanctus or Amsanctus Lacus (Lago d'Ansanti or Mufti), a small lake in ...
by William Smith
Ambrysus or Amphrysus, a town in Phocis, S. of M. Parnassus. Am en anus, a river in Sicily near Catana, only flowed occasionally. Ameria, an ancient town in Umbria, and a municipium, ...
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