Definition of Aeneous. Meaning of Aeneous. Synonyms of Aeneous

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Definition of Aeneous

Aeneous
Aeneous A*["e]"ne*ous, a. [L. a["e]neus.] (Zo["o]l.) Colored like bronze.

Meaning of Aeneous from wikipedia

- nut develops from the endocarp and contains the seed. The husk itself is aeneous, that is, br****y greenish-gold in color, oval to oblong in shape, 2.6–6 cm...
- inadequacy, inadequate, inequality, iniquitous, iniquity aes aer- ore aeneator, aeneous, aeruginous, aerugite, aerugo, aim, disesteem, eruginous, esteem, estimable...
- Borneo, Indonesia. Adults are brownish cinereous, the forewings with two aeneous-brown bands, the second slightly abbreviated at each end, except towards...
- the other exterior and the marginal points are black. The hindwings are aeneous (bronze coloured). Savela, Markku. "Cerconota armiferella (Walker, 1864)"...
- Lanka. Adults are whitish, smooth and shining, the forewings with some aeneous streaks, two of which are larger than the others. Of these, one extends...
- curved fascia reduplicated on the cell, white on the costa with a slight aeneous tinge beneath it. The third forms a slightly oblique spot at the commencement...
- by Francis Walker in 1864. It is found on Borneo. Adults are cinereous aeneous (ash-bronze coloured), with the wings rather broad. The forewings have...
- are silvery white and rather stout, with the underside of the forewings aeneous (bronze) black. Savela, Markku. "Baeonoma leucophaeella (Walker, 1864)"...
- exterior border is convex, but not oblique. The hindwings have a slight aeneous tinge. Savela, Markku. "Stenoma pustulatella (Walker, 1864)". Lepidoptera...
- length from the base, gilded from there to the tips. The hindwings are aeneous fawn colour. Savela, Markku. "Tisis bicolorella Walker, 1864". Lepidoptera...
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