Definition of Arachnoidea. Meaning of Arachnoidea. Synonyms of Arachnoidea

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Definition of Arachnoidea

Arachnoidea
Arachnoidea Ar`ach*noid"e*a, n. pl. [NL.] (Zo["o]l.) Same as Arachnida.

Meaning of Arachnoidea from wikipedia

- the brain is referred to as the "arachnoidea encephali," and the portion covering the spinal cord as the "arachnoidea spinalis." The arachnoid and pia...
- Lessingia arachnoidea is a rare species of flowering plant in the daisy family known by the common name Crystal Springs lessingia. It is endemic to California...
- Haworthia arachnoidea, locally known as "papierrosie" (paper-rose) or "spinnekopnes" (spider-nest), is the type species of the genus Haworthia, in the...
- Athelia arachnoidea is a corticioid fungus in the family Atheliaceae. The species forms thin, white, cobwebby basidiocarps (fruit bodies) and typically...
- Br****ia arachnoidea is a species of orchid. It is endemic to the Rio de Janeiro region of Brazil. Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families...
- Vriesea arachnoidea is a plant species in the genus Vriesea. This species is endemic to Brazil. BROMELIACEAE DA MATA ATLÂNTICA BRASILEIRA retrieved 22...
- Castilleja arachnoidea is a species of Indian paintbrush known by the common name cobwebby Indian paintbrush. It is native to northern California and...
- Natica arachnoidea, common name : the spider moon snail, is a species of predatory sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Naticidae, the...
- Lysurus arachnoideus (Synonym Aseroe arachnoidea) is a species of basidiomycete fungi in the genus Lysurus. Page 87, Bulletin of the Lloyd Library of...
- Lindmania arachnoidea is a species in the genus Lindmania. This species is endemic to Venezuela. Checklist of Venezuelan Bromeliaceae with Notes on Species...
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