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Definition of the noun Serpula

What does Serpula mean as a name of something?

Serpula is a genus of Hyalonematidae, described by Coy in 1862.

Serpula is a genus of Serpulidae, described by Linnaeus in 1758.

Serpula is a genus of Serpulaceae.

Serpula is a genus of Brachyspiraceae, described by Stanton et al. in 1991.

Serpula is a kind of Brachyspiraceae, described by Stanton et al. in 1991.

Phrases with Serpula

Phrases starting with the word Serpula:

  1. Serpula Lima
  2. Serpula Rufa
  3. Serpula Aurea
  4. Serpula Colon
  5. Serpula Fugax
  6. Serpula Fusca
  7. Serpula Magna
  8. Serpula Minax
  9. Serpula Minor
  10. Serpula Rauca
  11. Serpula Urnae
  12. Serpula Adnata
  13. Serpula Armata
  14. Serpula Arundo
  15. Serpula Aspera
  16. Serpula Cornea
  17. Serpula Crassa
  18. Serpula Crater

Phrases ending with the word Serpula:

  1. genus Serpula
  2. Licea Serpula

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Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Serpula

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Google previewBiology of the Invertebrates (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Serpula is a genus of sessile, marine annelid tube worms that belongs to the Serpulidae family. Serpulid worms are very similar to tube ...

Google previewStratigraphic, Paleontologic, and Paleoenvironmental Analysis of the Upper Cretaceous Rocks of Cimarron County, Northwestern Oklahoma (1977)

by Erle Galen Kauffman, Donald E. Hattin, James Daniel Powell

Serpula is a catch-all genus used for nearly all encrusting worms found in Cretaceous strata and may include several genera by modern concepts. For this reason the name is used in quotes. Specimens are known from unit 22, section 2, lower ...

Google previewBiology of Invertebrates (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Serpula is a genus of sessile, marine annelid tube worms that belongs to the Serpulidae family. Serpulid worms are very similar to tube worms of the closely related sabellid family, except that the former possess a cartilaginous operculum that ...

Google previewTexas School Journal (1905)

serpula is an insect. To refer to either animal as an insect Is indeed, as Dr. Montgomery says, "an error quite as ...

Google previewFungi in the Environment (2007)

by Geoffrey Gadd, Sarah C. Watkinson, Paul S. Dyer

Serpula means serpent or worm, evoking the taproots of the fungus that slither indoors. The specific name, lacrymans, is the Latin term for weeping and refers to the appearance of globules of fluid on the surface of the fungus. Mordecai Cooke ...

Google previewChambers's Edinburgh Journal (1849)

by William Chambers, Robert Chambers

The serpula is an invertebrate animal, which forms ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh Encyclopaedia (1832)

Serpula Serrulata. Tubularia. 10. Lagena Globosa. l l. 12. 13. Spirorbis Carinatus. Perlucida. Urnae. PLATE CCV, Spirorbis Heterostrophus Minutus. - Conicus. — Lucidus. Murex Rufus. Turbo Auricularia. Helix Hortensis, with the margin of the ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Plant Sciences (2012)

by Michael Allaby

Serpula. (family *Coniophoraceae) A genus of *fungi which includes the *dry rot fungus S. lacrymans (formerly Merulius lacrymans), a serious agent of timber decay in buildings. The fungus can spread from one timber to another across ...

Google previewLondon Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)

Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge

Serpula, worm-shell. 35. Teredo. 36. Sabella. Of these the inhabitants, as far as they are known, have been thus classed : The principal arrangements ...

Google previewChambers's Encyclopaedia (1878)

SERPULA, a genus of Annelida, of the order Tubicolce, forming and inhabiting a calcareous tube, like that of molluscs,

extremely different ; but the shell of Vermetu* has a regular Bpire at the apex, which is not found in that of any serpula.

Google previewEncyclopædia Metropolitana; Or, Universal Dictionary of Knowledge ... (1845)

Comprising the Twofold Advantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose

has figured and described forty-two species of serpula from the oolitic Traces of Insects occur at Stonesfield, and very fine specimens of libellulidae and hymenoptera at Solenhofen. amining the twenty- one ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary: The Century dictionary (1911)

[& Serpula + -oid.] Resembling the genus Serpula; like or likened to the Serpulidae. serrt (sêr), v. t. [Z OF. (and F.) serrer, close, compact, ...

Google previewDictionary of Alkaloids, Second Edition with CD-ROM (2010)

by John Buckingham, Keith H. Baggaley, Andrew D. Roberts, Laszlo F. Szabo

by the basidiomycete Serpula himantoides. Yellow oil. lmax 230 (log e 4.1); 356 ( log e ...

Google previewBritish Encyclopedia (1819)

Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences, Comprising an Accurate and Popular View of the Present Improved State of Human Knowledge by William Nicholson

ostrea, anomia, mytilus, and pinna; and the Univalves, argonauta, nautilus, conus, cypraea, bulla, voluta, buccinum, strombus, murex, trochus, helix, nerita, haliotis, patella, dentalium, serpula, teredo, and sabella. Which see. See also shells.

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Small photo of Red Tube Worm (Serpula vermicularis) in Sesimbra, PortugalSmall photo of Variable Tube Worm (Serpula vermicularis)Small photo of Variable Tube Worm (Serpula vermicularis)Small photo of Close-up of a red tube worm (Serpula vermicularis)Small photo of Plasmodiocarp fruit bodies of a slime mold, or myxomycete, Hemitrichia serpula on a rotten touchwood. Slime moulds are special organisms that gather from many microscopic unicellular amoebae.Small photo of Serpula himantioidesSmall photo of dry rot on old wood beam after water infiltration in building ( Serpula lacrimans ) More...

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The value of this 7-letter word is 9 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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