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Definition of the noun Sepsidae
What does Sepsidae mean as a name of something?
Sepsidae is a family of Diptera.
- synonym: family Sepsidae
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Insecta
- order: Diptera
- genus Adriapontia
- genus Afromeropilus
- genus Afromeroplius
- genus Afronemopoda
- genus Afrosepsis
- genus Afrotoxopoda
- genus Ajdasepsis
- genus Amydrosoma
- genus Anisophysa
- genus Archisepsis
- genus Australosepsis
- genus Brachythoracosepsis
- genus Cheligaster
- genus Decachaetophora
- genus Dicranosepsis
- genus Diploosmeterosepsis
- genus Enicita
- genus Enicomira
- genus Eugenacephala
- genus Idiosepsis
- genus Lasionemopoda
- genus Lasiosepsis
- genus Lasiospesis
- genus Lateosepsis
- genus Leptomerosepsis
- genus Meropliosepsis
- genus Meroplius
- genus Microsepsis
- genus Mucha
- genus Nemopoda
- genus Nicarao
- genus Ortalischema
- genus Orygma
- genus Palaeosepsioides
- genus Palaeosepsis
- genus Pandora
- genus Parapalaeosepsis
- genus Paratoxopoda
- genus Perochaeta
- genus Phalacrosepsis
- genus Platytoxopoda
- genus Podanema
- genus Protorygma
- genus Psalidomyia
- genus Pseudonemopoda
- genus Pseudopalaeosepsis
- genus Pseudopandora
- genus Saltella
- genus Saltelliseps
- genus Sepsidimorpha
- genus Sepsis
- genus Susanomira
- genus Themira
- genus Toxopoda
- genus Xenosepsis
- genus Zuskamira
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Sepsidae is a family of Diptera.
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by Adrian Charles Pont, Rudolf Meier
The Sepsidae is a relatively small, morphologically and ecologically uniform family of the Sciomyzoidea in the acalyptrate series of Diptera.
Encyclopedia of Entomology (2008)
by John L. Capinera
Sepsidae. A family of flies (order Diptera). They commonly are known as black scavenger flies. > Flies. Septicemia. A morbid condition caused by the multiplication of bacteria in the blood, and accompanied by production of toxins. Sermtia and ...
A Dictionary of Zoology (2014)
by Michael Allaby
Semionotiformes semipalmate semipermeable semispecies Semnopithecus senescence sense codon sensilla ampullacea sensitive period sensitivity sensitivity analysis sensitization sensory adaptation sensory neuron Sepioidea Sepsidae ...
A Dictionary of Entomology (2011)
SEPSIDAE SEPTA. SENSILLUM SQUAMIFORMIUM See Squamiform Sensillum. SENSILLUM TRICHODEUM See Trichoid Sensillum. SENSIM Adj. A Latin term meaning 'gradually'. SENSITIVITY Noun. (Latin, sensilis = sensitive + English, ...
The 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)
Sepsidae (sep'si-de), n. pi. [NL., prop. Sepidse, < Seps (Sep-) + -tdas ] Same as Sejridse'K sepsine(sep'sin), n. [< seps(ts) + -me2.] 1. A name loosely applied to the ptomaines of septic poisoning. — 2. A toxic crystalline substance obtained by ...
by Mark W. Denny, Steven Dean Gaines
Sepsidae (Orygma luctuosa, Saltellaspondylli), and ...
by John Ogilvie
Sepsidae (sep'si-dé), m. pl. A family of lizards, of which the type is the genus Seps. See SEPs. Sept (sept), n.
by Rod Preston-Mafham, Ken Preston-Mafham
ingredient of sexual communication in several families of flies, particularly the Sepsidae, Dolichopodidae. Tephritidae and Drosophilidae. As any kind of ...
by John Ogilvie
Sepsidae (sep'si-de), n. pi. A family of lizards, of which the type is the genus Seps. See Seps. Sept (sept), 71.
a work of universal reference in all departments of knowledge, with a new atlas of the world by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith
Sepsidae (sep'si-de), n. pi. [NL., prop. Sepidse, < Seps (Sep-) + 'idie.] Same as Sepidse2. sepsine (sep'sm), n. [< seps(is) + -trie2.] 1. A name loosely applied to the ptomaines of septic poisoning. — 2. A toxic crystalline substance obtained by ...
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- Sepsidae Osmeterium - Evolutionary Morphing
Evolutionary Morphing of Sepsidae Osmeterium The osmeterium is a dimorphic gland present on the hind leg of male Sepsidae flies. The gland produces a ...
- Sepsidae waving haltares - by Dom
- Sepsis punctum (Sepsidae)
Sepsis punctum (family Sepsidae) - Portugal.
- Diptera, Sepsidae
- Black Scavenger Fly (Sepsidae) Wing-waving
Photographed at Grand Forks, North Dakota (31 May 2010).
- Black Scavenger Fly (Sepsidae) Poisoned
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