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Definition of the noun Calocaris
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Calocaris is a genus of Calocarididae, described by Bell in 1846.
- synonym: genus Calocaris
- kingdom: Animalia
- phylum: Arthropoda
- class: Malacostraca
- order: Decapoda
- family: Calocarididae
- observational distribution: specimen and observational data from the Global Biodiversity Information Facility Network (not necessarily true occurrence density gradients)
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Calocaris is a subgenus of Axiidae, described by Bell in 1853.
Phrases with Calocaris
Phrases starting with the word Calocaris:
- Calocaris Lev
- Calocaris Alcocki
- Calocaris Jenneri
- Calocaris Sibogae
- Calocaris Aberrans
- Calocaris barnardi
- Calocaris isochela
- Calocaris Amakusana
- Calocaris granulosa
- Calocaris Oxypleura
- Calocaris caribbaeus
- Calocaris granulosus
- Calocaris macandreae
- Calocaris Mimasensis
- Calocaris templemani
- Calocaris hirsutimana
- Calocaris investigatoris
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by Philip Henry Gosse
and the Tlialassinadtz burrow in sand, mostly in shallow water ; but Calocaris is an exception, for this genus inhabits the mud of the sea- bottom at great depths. Most of the Lobsters and Crabs are inhabitants of deep water ...
by Philip Henry Gosse
and the Thalassinadce burrow in sand, mostly in shallow water ; but Calocaris is an exception, for this genus inhabits the mud of the sea- bottom at great depths. Most of the Lobsters and Crabs are inhabitants of deep water, ...
by Samuel Orchart Beeton
Calocaris, kay-lo'-kar-is , a genus of shrimplike crustucea belonging to the family Thalas- sinida-. They live at a vast depth from the surface, and burrow in the sand. They have only the rudiments of eyes. Specimens are usually obtained from the stomach of the rays and other mud-loving ilatflshes. Calymene, kdl-e'-mene (Gr. kekalumene, concealed.) ...
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Scrabble value of C3A1L1O1C3A1R1I1S1
The value of this 9-letter word is 13 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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