Definition of Chelifer. Meaning of Chelifer. Synonyms of Chelifer

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Definition of Chelifer

Chelifer
Chelifer Chel"i*fer, n. [Gr. chhlh` claw + -fer.] (Zo["o]l.) See Book scorpion, under Book.

Meaning of Chelifer from wikipedia

- There are two subspecies: Chelifer cancroides cancroides (Linnaeus, 1758) Chelifer cancroides orientalis (Morikawa, 1954) Chelifer cancroides measure 2.5–4...
- Chelifer is a genus of pseudoscorpions in the family Cheliferidae. Chelifer elegans is a synonym of Mesochernes elegans (Balzan, 1892). Histoire abrégée...
- Aegus chelifer, is a species of stag beetle found in Indo-Malaya regional countries. It is a widespread species of stag beetles found extensively throughout...
- Hypercompe chelifer is a moth of the family Erebidae first described by William Trowbridge Merrifield Forbes in 1929. It is found in Argentina. Savela...
- chelifer is a species of ant in the genus Strongylognathus. It is endemic to Ukraine. Social Insects Specialist Group 1996. Strongylognathus chelifer...
- Cave, at the seas**** in the intertidal zone, and within fractured rocks. Chelifer cancroides is the species most commonly found in homes, where it is often...
- ragged at the edges is usually the work of silverfish. Firebrat Silverfish Chelifer cancroides Pesticides can be used to protect books from these insects,...
- Family: Acarnidae Genus: Iophon Species: I. cheliferum Binomial name Iophon cheliferum Ridley & Dendy, 1886 Synonyms Iophon chelifer Ridley & Dendy, 1886...
- of jumping spiders found in Burma. It contains only one species, Ligdus chelifer. The species was described in 1895 from a single female specimen. Eugène...
- legs, and dark red claws. Hermann, J. 1804. La Carcinoïde (Carcinoïdes). (Chelifer. Corpore cylindrico-ovato fusco-castaneo, subtus albido; brachiorum ruforum...