Definition of Locusta. Meaning of Locusta. Synonyms of Locusta

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Definition of Locusta

Locusta
Locusta Lo*cus"ta, n. [NL.: cf. locuste.] (Bot.) The spikelet or flower cluster of grasses. --Gray.

Meaning of Locusta from wikipedia

- Locusta or Lucusta (died 69), was a notorious maker of poisons in the 1st-century Roman Empire, active in the final two reigns of the Julio-Claudian dynasty...
- Valerianella locusta is a small annual plant that is eaten as a leaf vegetable. It has a characteristic nutty flavour, dark green colour, and soft texture...
- Sudamerlycaste locusta is a species of flowering plant in the family Orchidaceae. "Sudamerlycaste locusta (Rchb.f.) Archila". World Checklist of Selected...
- The migratory locust (Locusta migratoria) is the most widespread locust species, and the only species in the genus Locusta. It occurs throughout Africa...
- Gammarus locusta is a species in the family Gammaridae ("scuds"), in the order Amphipoda ("amphipods"). bugguide.net Gammarus locusta species information...
- in many countries. The word "locust" is derived from the Vulgar Latin locusta, meaning gr****hopper. Locusts are the swarming phase of certain species...
- Operazione Locusta is the code name given to the contribution of the Italian Air Force in the Gulf War. Following the invasion and annexation of Kuwait...
- Locusta migratoria cinerascens is a subspecies of the migratory locust (L. migratoria) in the family Acrididae. This species is present in Italy and Spain...
- Locusta migratoria migratorioides, commonly known as the African migratory locust, is a subspecies of the migratory locust (L. migratoria) in the family...
- Locusta migratoria manilensis, commonly known as the Oriental migratory locust, is a subspecies of the migratory locust (L. migratoria) in the family...
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