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Amnicola

Definition of the noun Amnicola

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Amnicola is a genus of Amnicolidae, described by Gould & Haldeman in 1840.

Amnicola is a genus of Aves, described by Gerbe in Degland & Gerbe in 1867.

Amnicola is a subgenus of Amnicolinae, described by Gould & Haldeman in 1840.

Phrases with Amnicola

Phrases starting with the word Amnicola:

  1. Amnicola cora
  2. Amnicola dalli
  3. Amnicola browni
  4. Amnicola clarki
  5. Amnicola granum
  6. Amnicola greggi
  7. Amnicola Confusa
  8. Amnicola decisus
  9. Amnicola integra
  10. Amnicola limosus
  11. Amnicola pallida

Phrases ending with the word Amnicola:

  1. Mud Amnicola
  2. Iris Amnicola
  3. Aster Amnicola
  4. Baris amnicola
  5. genus Amnicola
  6. Rubus Amnicola
  7. Salix Amnicola
  8. Agabus amnicola
  9. Bezzia Amnicola

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Amnicola

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Google previewHalophytes and Biosaline Agriculture (1995)

by Choukr-AllAh

Atriplex amnicola is a species native to north-western Australia where it ...

Google previewGeology of the Kettleman Hills Oil Field, California (1940)

Stratigraphy, Paleontology, and Structure by Wendell Phillips Woodring, Ralph Bentley Stewart, Ralph Webster Richards

Amnicola is the most abundant genus in the Tulare formation. The Tulare species is identified as A. longinqua Gould (pl. 4, figs. 23-27), which is living in southern California. The form that is most similar to specimens from ...

Google previewGeological Survey professional paper (1940)

by Geological Survey (U.S.), Geological Survey (U.S.). Geographic Names Information Management

Amnicola is the most abundant genus in the Tulare formation. The Tulare species is identified as A. longinqua Gould (pi. 4, figs. 23-27), which is living in southern California. The form that is most similar to specimens from the type ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Caves (2012)

by William B. White, David C. Culver

Caves of the United States Order Family Species State Aquatic Mesogastropoda Hydrobiidae Amnicola cola AR Amnicola stygia MO Antrobia culveri MO Antrorbis breweri AL Antroselates spiralis KY, IN Balconorbis uvaldensis TX Dasyscias ...

Google previewHelm Dictionary of Scientific Bird Names (2010)

by James A. Jobling

/ amnicola L. amnicola dwells by a river (amnis river; -cola dweller > colere to dwell). amicorum L. amicorum of friends (amicus friend). amoena L. amoenus delightful, attractive. amoenissima Mod. L. amoenissimus very attractive ...

Google previewIconographic Encyclopaedia of Science, Literature, and Art (1860)

by J. G. Heck

Amnicola resembles a minute Paludina in the form of the shell, but the operculum is subspiral, and not concentric as in that genus. Valvata is a genus of small shells much like Amnicola, but the aperture is circular and the operculum concentric.

Google previewSaunders Comprehensive Veterinary Dictionary (2011)

by Virginia P. Studdert, Clive C. Gay, Douglas C. Blood

Amnicola limosa porosa a snail, the intermediate host of Metorchis conjunctus, aliver fluke of cats and dogs. amniocentesis [am′′ne-o-sen-te'sis] transabdominal, transrectal orsurgical perforation oftheamniotic sac for the purpose of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Quaternary Science (2013)

by Scott Elias, Cary Mock

Amnicola limosa, Gyraulus parvus, Valvata tricarinata) by amphibious species (Pomatiopsis lapidaria, P. scalaris, ...

Google previewThe Century dictionary (1906)

Amnicola (am-nik'o-lii), n. [NL., < L. amni- cola, that grows in or by a river, < amnis , a river, + -cola, < colere, dwell.] A genus of fresh-water tasnioglossate mollusks, of the family Rissoidw, or made the type of Amnico- lidw. There are several ...

Google previewEncyclopaedic Dictionary (1903)

An Original Work of Reference to the Words in the English Language, Giving a Full Account of Their Origin, Meaning, Pronunciation, and Use

[Lat, amnicola = one that dwells or gróws by a river: annis = a river, and colo = to dwell.] Zool. : A genus of aquatic molluscs, of the family Rissoidae; in some classifications made the type of a subfamily Amnicolinae, and in others of a distinct ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Altitudes in the United States (1891)

by Geological Survey (U.S.)

H Amnicola, Tenn Amo, Ind Amos Plott's Balsam, N. C... Ampersand Monntain, N.Y... Ampersand Pond, N. Y Amsden, Ohio Amsterdam, N.Y Ry P.H. &N.W.R.R P.C. &St. L.R.R ...

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)

& Amnicola + -idae.] A family of taenioglossate # ods, typified by the genus Amnicola. e distinction from Rissoidae is not well marked, but numerous small species inhabiting fresh and brackish water have been referred to this family.

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Scrabble value of A1M3N1I1C3O1L1A1

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