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Definition of H thetidis

H thetidis
Wallaby Wal"la*by, n.; pl. Wallabies. [From a native name.] (Zo["o]l.) Any one of numerous species of kangaroos belonging to the genus Halmaturus, native of Australia and Tasmania, especially the smaller species, as the brush kangaroo (H. Bennettii) and the pademelon (H. thetidis). The wallabies chiefly inhabit the wooded district and bushy plains. [Written also wallabee, and whallabee.]

Meaning of H thetidis from wikipedia

- The thorntail stingray, black stingray, or longtail stingray (Dasyatis thetidis) is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae. It is found off southern...
- paucispinum H.L. Clark, 1925 Araeosoma splendens Mortensen, 1934 Araeosoma tertii Anderson, 2013 Araeosoma tessellatum (Ag****iz, 1879) Araeosoma thetidis (Clark...
- "Longtail stingray" may also refer to Dasyatis thetidis or Himantura uarnak. The longtail stingray (Dasyatis longa, often misspelled longus), is a species...
- say (Bluntnose stingray) Dasyatis sinensis (Chinese stingray) Dasyatis thetidis (Black stingray) Dasyatis tortonesei (Tortonese's stingray) Dasyatis ukpam...
- Pei, Lu, Liu, Hou, Ma, 2018 Lithobius terreus Fedrizzi, 1877 Lithobius thetidis Karsch, 1880 Lithobius tibiosetosus Eason, 1986 Lithobius tibiotenuis Eason...
- because of its superficial resemblance to the much larger black stingray (B. thetidis). The type specimen is a male 38 cm (15 in) across, collected north of...
- subcomprimatus †Spirifer thetides – or unidentified comparable form †Spirifer thetidis †Spiriferella †Spiriferella arctica †Spiriferella artica †Spiriferella...
- sundaica Cylichna tanyumphalos Valdès, 2008 Cylichna tenuissima Cylichna thetidis Hedley, 1903 Cylichna tubulosa Gould, 1859 Cylichna umbilicata Cylichna...
- Formation, Montana. Journal of Paleontology, v. 27, pp 505-536 [4] Strimple, H. L., 1963. Crinoids of the Hunton Group. Oklahoma Geological Survey Bulletin...