Definition of Mandibulate. Meaning of Mandibulate. Synonyms of Mandibulate

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Definition of Mandibulate

Mandibulate
Mandibulate Man*dib"u*late, Mandibulated Man*dib"u*la`ted, a. (Zo["o]l.) Provided with mandibles adapted for biting, as many insects.
Mandibulate
Mandibulate Man*dib"u*late, n. (Zo["o]l.) An insect having mandibles.

Meaning of Mandibulate from wikipedia

- Mandibulata, termed "mandibulates", is a clade of arthropods that comprises the extant subphyla Myriapoda (millipedes and others), Crustacea and Hexapoda...
- mouthparts of orthopteran insects are often used as a basic example of mandibulate (chewing) mouthparts, and the mandibles themselves are likewise generalized...
- S. Taylor; Jean-Bernard Caron (2018). "Waptia fieldensis Walcott, a mandibulate arthropod from the middle Cambrian Burgess Shale". Royal Society Open...
- about 430 million years old. The 1 cm long specimen is a stem-group mandibulate, not directly related to any living species. The many-legged, eyeless...
- the chelicerae of arachnids, mandibles can often be used to chew food. Mandibulates also differ by having antennae, and also by having three distinct body...
- JSTOR 20173022. Aria, Cédric; Caron, Jean-Bernard (December 2017). "Mandibulate convergence in an armoured Cambrian stem chelicerate". BMC Evolutionary...
- insects of different orders but there are two main functional groups: mandibulate and haustellate. Haustellate mouthparts are those used for sucking liquids...
- Micropterigoidea Micropterigidae (mandibulate archaic moths)...
- with elongated hindlegs and musculature adapted for jumping. They have mandibulate mouthparts for biting and chewing and large compound eyes, and may or...
- spiders are also called "maxillae", although they are not homologous with mandibulate maxillae. In millipedes, the second maxillae have been lost, reducing...
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