Definition of Spiniform. Meaning of Spiniform. Synonyms of Spiniform

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Definition of Spiniform

Spiniform
Spiniform Spin"i*form, a. Shaped like a spine.

Meaning of Spiniform from wikipedia

- infraspinatus, interspinal, spinal, spine, spinel, spinescent, spiniferous, spiniform, spinose, spinous spūma spūm- foam despumate, despumation, spoom, spumante...
- infraspinatus, interspinal, spinal, spine, spinel, spinescent, spiniferous, spiniform, spinose, spinous spir- breathe Latin spirare aspire, conspire, expire...
- produced into a long boldly recurved towards the left, and the labrum (...) spiniform digitations. Whorls convex or flat between the angle and the suture, spirally...
- act as translator devices. The Morthanveld, described in Matter, are a spiniform aquatic species, who are described as a high-level involved society, meaning...
- ducky markings along its tail. The name spinigerus is derived from the spiniform granules at the ends of the dorsal keels of the tail. Hoffmanius spinigerus...
- very thorny axial ribs. The keels of the whorls are adorned with several spiniform scales. A corneous operculum is present. This species is quite similar...
- distinguished from all other phanaeines and scarabaeine dung beetles by a long, spiniform extension of the anterior angle of the metasternum. Most taxa vary in...
- near each lateral margin, and two medial fields of seven to eight short spiniform setae, the latter flanked by four setae of medium length. The body of...
- recorded on wing from April to October. The genus name refers to the spiniform setae that are present on the hind tibia. The species name is a patronym...
- (absent in one species); scape not flattened; mesonotum sharply defined; spiniform setae entirely absent from middle and hind tibiae and basitarsi; helcium...
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