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Definition of the noun squamata

What does squamata mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: -

  1. diapsid reptiles: snakes and lizards

Phrases with Squamata

  1. Eos squamata
  2. Poa Squamata
  3. Uta squamata
  4. Iris Squamata
  5. Carex Squamata
  6. Chama Squamata
  7. Clava Squamata
  8. Dilta Squamata
  9. Empis Squamata
  10. Ikuma squamata
  11. Jania Squamata
  12. order squamata
  13. Pinus Squamata
  14. Psora Squamata
  15. Pyura squamata
  16. Salix squamata
  17. Aeshna Squamata
  18. Azalea Squamata
  19. Clayia Squamata
  20. Conyza Squamata

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Google previewA Student’s Guide to the Seashore (2012)

by J.D. Fish

squamata is a deposit feeder using the tube-feet around the mouth to take a wide range of plant and animal material; it is also a suspension feeder, raising the arms above the sediment to trap fine material on mucus-coated spines. Food is ...

Google previewProceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Bioluminescence & Chemiluminescence (2001)

Asilomar Conference Grounds, Pacific Grove, Monterey, California, USA, 6-10 September 2000 by James F. Case

INTRODUCTION Amphipholis squamata is an amazing ophiuroid species. It appeared more than 100 million years ago. At the present time, it is the only ophiuroid considered as cosmopolitan and it occupies a range of habitats from the ...

Google previewBiology of the Invertebrates (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Lepidodermella squamata is a freshwater species of minute worm in the phylum Gastrotricha. Nephtyidae is a taxonomic family of worms. They are commonly referred to as catworms. Nephtys is a genus of marine catworm. Some species are ...

Google previewPlant Biodiversity (2016)

Monitoring, Assessment and Conservation by Abid A Ansari, Sarvajeet Singh Gill, Zahid Khorshid Abbas, M Naeem

Juniperus squamata is an evergreen shrub or small tree (2–10m tall), multi- stemmed with prostrate to irregularly conical crown. Bark is scaly, flaky, brown and peels off in longitudinal strips. Leaves are sharply pointed, awl-shaped, bifacial, ...

Google previewWilloughby Spit and Vicinity, Norfolk Hurricane Protection and Beach Erosion Study (1983)

Environmental Impact Statement

§3 squamata is a selective deposit feeder and S, fragilis ingests A larger number Of species are found in the subtidal. sediment. in effects. 248.

Google previewBioluminescence and Chemiluminescence (2001)

by J F Case, P J Herring, B H Robison, S H D Haddock, L J Kricka, P E Stanley

INTRODUCTION Amphipholis squamata is an amazing ophiuroid species. It appeared more than 100 million years ago. At the present time, it is the only ophiuroid considered as cosmopolitan and it occupies a range of habitats from the ...

Google previewEchinoderm Research 2010 (2010)

Abstract Volume and Field Guide to Excursions by Mike Reich, Joachim Reitner, Vanessa Roden, Ben Thuy

Amphipholis squamata is a hermaphrodite and brooding species reaching a body disc diameter of about 5 mm when fully grown, appearing in greyish, white, brown and orange colourations (Rowley 2006). Because this species does not ...

Google previewIsland, Ocean and Deep-Sea Biology (2013)

Proceedings of the 34th European Marine Biology Symposium, held in Ponta Delgada (Azores), Portugal, 13–17 September 1999 by M.B. Jones, J.M.N. Azevedo, A.I. Neto, Ana Cristina Costa, A.M. Frias Martins

Key words: bioluminescence, population dynamics, colour variety, microevolution, ophiuroid Abstract Amphipholis squamata is a small ophiuroid with a worldwide distribution except for Polar regions. Global populations of A. squamata are ...

Google previewThe Garden Magazine (1920)

squamata is a favorite ground cover and its tree form is represented by the var. Fargesii. The low spreading J. virginiana var. reptans is a comparatively recent discovery in Maine where it grows on the sea coast at Bald Clifl, near ...

Google previewThe Cytoskeleton of Flagellate and Ciliate Protists (2012)

by Michael Melkonian, Robert A. Andersen, Eberhard Schnepf

Mantoniella squamata is a small prasinophyte in which roots are associated only with the Bb of the long flagellum (this is likely to be the F1; see Heimann et al. 1989 a). The other Bb (Bb2) has a very short, ineffective flagellum. Only after the ...

Google previewThe American Darters (2015)

by Robert A. Kuehne, Roger W. Barbour

squamata is that of the upper Cumberland and Tennessee basins. P. oxyrhyncha is confined to upland tributaries of the Ohio River from the Kentucky River upstream; its range encompasses ...

Google previewGarden and Home Builder (1920)

squamata is a favorite ground cover and its tree form is represented by the var. Fargesii. The low spreading J. virginiana var. reptans is a comparatively recent discovery in Maine where it grows on the sea coast at Bald Cliff, near ...

Google previewGarden & Home Builder (1921)

squamata is a favorite ground cover and its tree form is represented by the var. Fargesii.

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of Essential Oils (2013)

The Complete Guide to the Use of Aromatic Oils In Aromatherapy, Herbalism, Health, and Well Being by Lawless, Julia

Juniperus smerka: Yugoslavian juniper Juniperus squamata (J. recurva var. squamata): Single-seed juniper, scaly-leaved Nepal juniper; several cultivars exist. Juniperus virginiana: Eastern red cedar, red cedar, southern red cedar, Bedford ...

Google previewThe New American Cyclopaedia: a Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge (1863)

by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana

squamata (other saurians and snakes) ; the 2d class includes the orders apoda {caxilias), salientia (frogs and toads), and gradientia ...

Google previewThe New American Encyclopaedia (1872)

A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge

squamata (other saurians and snakes) ; the 2d class includes the orders apoda (eaciliai), salientia (frogs and toads), and gradientia ( salamanders ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India: Gossypium to Linociera (1890)

by Sir George Watt

squamata, Parlat., differs from the typical form in being a decum" bent or prostrate bush; j. SQUAMATA, Ham. ; J. dbnsa, Gurd. ; J. Lam- ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the Economic Products of India (1890)

by Sir George Watt

SQUAMATA, Ham. ; J. pensa, Gord. ; J. Lam- BERT1ANA and RIGIDA, Wall.; J. RELIGIOSA, Royle. Vern. — Tupi, Nbpal; Deschi, chakbu, Sikkim; Bettir, bhedira, bidel- fanj, thelu,phulu, jhora, giggal, oil, 4r4n, agdni, N.-W. P. ; Wetyar, ettar, ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)

A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information by Hugh Chisholm

SQUAMATA (=Oppel's Squamata, excluding Crocodiles).

Google previewThe New Werner Twentieth Century Edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica (1907)

A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature, Science, History, Geography, Commerce, Biography, Discovery and Invention

Miiller's Squamata and Nuda (1832), are merely new names for De Blainville's Ornithoides and Ichthyoides, though Miiller gave far better anatomical ...

Google previewChambers's Encyclopaedia (1901)

A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge

Amphiura squamata), the brittle- stars are unisexual. In most the eggs are liberated as such, are fertilised externally, and ...

Google previewThe Facts on File Dictionary of Evolutionary Biology (2009)

by Elizabeth Owen, Eve Daintith

See SQUAMATA. Laetoli footprints A discovery by Mary LEAKEY in 1974 of footprints of two (or possibly three) individuals of Australopithecus afarensis. They were discovered at Laetoli in N Tanzania and dated about 3.6 mya.

Google previewThe World-wide Encyclopedia and Gazetteer (1908)

Compiled and Revised to Date from the Leading Encyclopedias of the World. A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature, to which is Added Biographies of Living Subjects, One Hundred Colored Maps and Numerous Illustrations

Müller's Squamata and Muda (1832), are merely new names for De Blainville's Ornithoides and Ichthyoides, though Müller gave far better anatomical ...

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Small photo of Squamata ; There are over 1,200 speciesSmall photo of This Scaled Quail (Callipepla squamata) was following its mate in Bitter Lake National Wildlife Refuge in New Mexico. They prefer to walk or run rather than fly.Small photo of Male (l) and female (r) Anolis extremus lizards (Squamata), native to Barbados, on wall in Speighstown, Barbados, on yellow wallSmall photo of scaled quail, Callipepla squamata, looking around on top of rockSmall photo of scaled quail, Callipepla squamata, walking strait forwardSmall photo of blue quail, Callipepla squamata, walking aroundSmall photo of two blue quail, Callipepla squamata, walking and searching for food More...

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Scrabble value of S1Q10U1A1M3A1T1A1

The value of this 8-letter word is 19 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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