Definition of Aculeated. Meaning of Aculeated. Synonyms of Aculeated

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Definition of Aculeated

Aculeated
Aculeated A*cu"le*a`ted, a. Having a sharp point; armed with prickles; prickly; aculeate.

Meaning of Aculeated from wikipedia

- Aculeata is a subclade of Hymenoptera. The name is a reference to the defining feature of the group, which is the modification of the ovipositor into a...
- is also seen in the related family Thynnidae. As is the case for all Aculeates, only female mutillids are capable of inflicting a sting. The stinger...
- interacinous acus acer- chaff acerose acus acū- needle acicular, acuity, aculeate, aculeolate, aculeus, a****en, a****inate, acupuncture, acusector, acutance...
- 1973. Cretaceous aculeate wasps from Taimyr, Siberia (Hymenoptera). Psyche 80:166-178 H. E. Evans. 1969. Three new Cretaceous aculeate wasps (Hymenoptera)...
- aculeate wasps (Aculeata: Vespoidea and Apoidea): ichneumonids typically possess 16 or more, while most other wasps have 13 or fewer. Unlike aculeate...
- Chen, Li; Lu, Yong-Yue (2018-05-01). "Speedy milking of fresh venom from aculeate hymenopterans". Toxicon. 146: 120–123. doi:10.1016/j.toxicon.2018.02.050...
- shape. Compare regular; contrast asymmetrical, irregular, and zygomorphic. aculeate Armed with prickles, e.g. the stem of a rose. a****inate Tapering gradually...
- Ants Recording Society (UK) Ants Photo Gallery (RU) Sphecos Forum for Aculeate Hymenopterra Hymenoptera images on MorphBank, a biological image database...
- Guildfordia aculeata , common name the aculeate star turban, is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Turbinidae, the turban...
- The Bethylidae are a family of aculeate wasps in the superfamily Chrysidoidea. As a family, their biology ranges between parasitoid wasps and hunting wasps...
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