Definition of Ambulator. Meaning of Ambulator. Synonyms of Ambulator

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Definition of Ambulator

Ambulator
Ambulator Am"bu*la`tor, n. 1. One who walks about; a walker. 2. (Zo["o]l.) (a) A beetle of the genus Lamia. (b) A genus of birds, or one of this genus. 3. An instrument for measuring distances; -- called also perambulator. --Knight.

Meaning of Ambulator from wikipedia

- and Paleogene periods. It consists of seven species: C. albertensis, C. ambulator, C. gigas, C. laramiensis, C. lindoei, C. natator, and C. tenuis. The...
- Lesticus ambulator is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Pterostichinae. It was described by Darlington in 1962. "Lesticus Dejean, 1828". Carabidae...
- Arethaea ambulator, known generally as the hill country thread-leg katydid or walking thread-leg katydid, is a species of phaneropterine katydid in the...
- Notagonum ambulator is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Platyninae. It was described by Darlington in 1971. "Notagonum Darlington, 1952". Carabidae...
- Press. p. 313. Brewer, Beauties of Eng. & Wales, x (5), 213; Ambulator (1820) Ambulator (1787) J. Keane, Beauties of Mdx. (1850), 148-9; Hornsey libr...
- There are currently two recognized species in this genus: Marukawichthys ambulator Ki. Sakamoto, 1931 Marukawichthys pacificus Yabe, 1983 Froese, Rainer...
- "Benefits of microprocessor-controlled prosthetic knees to limited community ambulators: Systematic review". Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development...
- the family Ichneumonidae. Species within this genus include: Acroricnus ambulator Acroricnus cubensis Acroricnus ****onicus Acroricnus nigriscutellatus Acroricnus...
- A Picturesque Journeying from Richmond to Oxford. ISBN 9781473321885. Ambulator: or, A pocket companion in a tour round London, within the circuit of...
- trotting, rather than climbing ... the pelvis similarly agrees with that of ambulators and cursors [walkers and runners]". "These bones indicate that Thylacoleo...
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