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Definition of Reptant
ReptantReptant Rep"tant (r?p"tant), a. [L. reptans, -antis, p. pr. of
reptare, v. intens. from repere to creep. See Reptile.]
1. (Bot.) Same as Repent.
2. (Zo["o]l.) Creeping; crawling; -- said of reptiles, worms,
Meaning of Reptant from wikipedia
or prawns, they are neither, but belong
in a group closer
to the reptant
decapods, such as lobsters
and crabs. They may be easily recognised
- Meiura). The name Anomura derives
from an old cl****ification in which reptant decapods
or terrestrial, that grow pending
and are cespitously, or reptant
and ascending, which exist
is three isolated areas
- in April. Fertilisation
has not been observed
in this species, but most reptant decapods
mate with the ventral surfaces
July and August...
- pollinia. The core Isabelia
a short reptant rhizome
leaves, completely covered
- Hart, Josephine
F. L. (1980). "New records
of reptant decapod Crustacea
from the northeastern Pacific
- Extant Lycopodiales
show a comparable
with a reptant
stem and rootlets, as well terminal
strobili. The last Sigillaria-lycopods...
- 443-394. He had two bingos JINKERS
and LICHTED compared
to Pakorn's three: REpTANT
and RAMPAUGE, but Nigel scored
more with his (100+ per bingo)...
- de contar, apuntes
de Carlos Fuentes
para una teoría del cuento" en The Reptant
Eagle, part four, Roberto
Cantú, editor. Cambridge Scholars
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