Definition of suborders. Meaning of suborders. Synonyms of suborders

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Definition of suborders

Suborder
Suborder Sub*or"der, n. (Nat. Hist.) A division of an order; a group of genera of a little lower rank than an order and of greater importance than a tribe or family; as, cichoraceous plants form a suborder of Composit[ae].

Meaning of suborders from wikipedia

- immediately higher rank, superorder, may be added directly above order, while suborder would be a lower rank. a taxonomic unit, a taxon, in that rank. In that...
- use these two suborders due primarily to a lack of a viable alternative. Alternatively, some texts group rodents into three suborders on the basis of...
- of moths and butterflies that have a coilable proboscis. (See also the suborders Zeugloptera, Aglossata, and Heterobathmiina). Lepidoptera, Zootaxa...
- Epiprocta is one of the two extant suborders of the Odonata (the order to which dragonflies and damselflies belong). It was proposed relatively recently...
- cl****ified as members of the suborders Maricola (marine triclads) or Paludicola (freshwater triclads). They received their own suborder, Cavernicola, in 1990...
- as either a suborder or infraorder. Most recently, Carleton & Musser 2005 recognized it as one of five suborders of rodents. The suborder Anomaluromorpha...
- Forficulina is the largest of the four suborders of earwigs, in the order Dermaptera. The other three are Archidermaptera, which is extinct, Arixeniina...
- status within the ****ellata or an expanded Oligochaeta, with the present suborders advancing to order rank. The latterthough without merging the Oligochaeta...
- possibly be included as suborders are the Scorpaeniformes, Tetraodontiformes, and Pleuronectiformes. Of the presently recognized suborders, several may be paraphyletic...
- not is ongoing; some authors, believing it was not, split it into two suborders, the Clypeorrhyncha (= Cicadomorpha) and the Archaeorrhyncha (= Fulgoromorpha)...