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Definition of the noun trichoptera
What does trichoptera mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: -
- an order of insects consisting of caddis flies
- lexical domain: Animals - nouns denoting animals
- synonym of Trichoptera: order Trichoptera
- more generic term: animal order = the order of animals
- member of: class Hexapoda / class Insecta / Hexapoda / Insecta = insects
Phrases with Trichoptera
- Genus Trichoptera
- order trichoptera
- Sciara Trichoptera
- Cenolia Trichoptera
- Monnina Trichoptera
- Comatula Trichoptera
- Maireana Trichoptera
- Comanthus Trichoptera
- Oribatella trichoptera
- Trichocera trichoptera
- Ceratopogon Trichoptera
- Forcipomyia Trichoptera
- Paracladura trichoptera
- Achyrolimonia Trichoptera
- Lathromeroidea Trichoptera
- Species Sciara Trichoptera
- Species Cenolia Trichoptera
- Species Monnina Trichoptera
- Species Comatula Trichoptera
- Species Maireana Trichoptera
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Trichoptera
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Pamphlets on Biology (1907)
Comanthus trichoptera is the southernmost representative of an otherwise tropical family, and is exclusively confined to the eastern and southern coast of Australia and the coast of Tasmania. It is most nearly related to C. sanwana which, ...
Entomological News, and Proceedings of the Entomological Section of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia (1919)
The removal of the Micropterygidae from the Lepidoptera to the Trichoptera is the most drastic change from accepted classification proposed in the book.
by Cedric Gillott
Although the Trichoptera is a long-established order and most modern families can be traced back to the Triassic and Jurassic periods, the use of “cases” in which to shelter seems to have been a relatively recent development.
Tropical Asian Streams (1999)
Zoobenthos, Ecology and Conservation by David Dudgeon
The Trichoptera is a diverse order of holometabolous freshwater insects that occurs in all biogeographic regions. There are three suborders (Table 4.7): SpiCipalpia (closed-cocoon makers), Annulipalpia (fixed— retreat makers) and ...
Entomological News (1919)
The removal of the Micro[1tvr_\'gida0 from the Lepidoptera to the Trichoptera is the most drastic change from accepted classification proposed in the book.
by Dwight D. Bowman
Order Trichoptera, Caddisflies Trichoptera is a very large group of flies (some 7000+ species) that is better known to fly fishermen than to medical entomologists. These flies have four wings and short mouth parts that are used for consuming ...
by J. G. Heck
Trichoptera. as a distinct order. The antennee are generally setaceous and short. The four wings have usually reticulate nervures ; they are generally of equal size and consistence, and the posterior pair is not generally folded. The pupa is ...
by John Gunn
Trichoptera (caddis-flies, caddises) Trichoptera are ...
The Trichoptera, or hairy-winged insects, include the Caddis Flies, which were ...
London Encyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Science, Art, Literature and Practical Mechanics (1829)
Comprising a Popular View of the Present State of Knowledge
" Trichoptera K. "Pimpla Manifes* Our author has followed Swammerdam in this unnatural separation of those Diptera whose metamorphosis is coarctate from the rest; and in associating with them the ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1911)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and General Information
Since 1887 extensive excavations have been made of the foundations of a of the Trichoptera to that order than to any group of the old Linnean Neuroptera is certain. Fossil Trichoptera occur in rocks of Liassic huge Roman camp, and many ...
by William A. Colledge, Nathan Haskell Dole, George Jotham Hagar
Trichoptera Tricolor flammation at the roots of the hair. It is highly contagious and poisonous, and spreads with great rapidity. In some severe cases it leads to blood poisoning. These fungi colonize in large numbers in the brushes and combs ...
A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge
Haustellata, or insects with suctorial mouths, containing the orders: 7, hemiptera; 8, trichoptera; 9, lepidoptera; 10, diptera; 11, aphaniptera ; and 12, ap tera (all wingless insects breathing through tracheae). It has been objected to this system ...
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Scrabble value of T1R1I1C3H4O1P3T1E1R1A1
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