Hexapodous
Hexapodous Hex*ap"o*dous, a. (Zo["o]l.) Having six feet; belonging to the Hexapoda. [1913 Webster]

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  • hexapodous — See hexapod. * * * …   Universalium

  • hexapodous — hex·ap·o·dous …   English syllables

  • hexapodous — dəs adjective : hexapod …   Useful english dictionary

  • hexapod — hexapodous /hek sap euh deuhs/, adj. /hek seuh pod /, n. 1. a six legged arthropod of the class Insecta (formerly Hexapoda); an insect. adj. 2. having six feet. [1660 70; < Gk hexapod (s. of hexápous) six footed. See HEXA , POD] * * * …   Universalium

  • Eurypterid — Taxobox name = Eurypterids fossil range = Fossil range|510|248 Cambrian Permian image caption = Eurypterid from Ernst Haeckel s Kunstformen der Natur , 1904. regnum = Animalia phylum = Arthropoda subphylum = Chelicerata classis = Eurypterida… …   Wikipedia

  • Entognatha — Taxobox name = Entognatha image width = 240px image caption = Collembola ( Isotoma sp.) regnum = Animalia phylum = Arthropoda subphylum = Hexapoda classis = Entognatha subdivision ranks = Orders subdivision = Collembola Diplura ProturaThe… …   Wikipedia

  • apterygote — /ap ter i goht , ap teuhr /, adj. belonging or pertaining to the Apterygota, a subclass of primitive wingless insects that undergo little or no metamorphosis. Also, apterygotous /ap ter i goh teuhs/. [ < NL Apterygota name of the subclass, equiv …   Universalium

  • hexapod — 1. noun An arthropod with six feet; an insect. 2. adjective Having six feet, six footed; belonging to the subphylum Hexapoda, hexapodous …   Wiktionary

  • hexapod — /ˈhɛksəpɒd/ (say heksuhpod) noun 1. one of the Hexapoda; insect. –adjective 2. having six feet. {Greek hexapous six footed} –hexapodous /hɛkˈsæpədəs/ (say hek sapuhduhs), adjective …   Australian English dictionary

  • hexapod — [hek′sap′ə deshek′sə päd΄] n. [< Gr hexapous (gen. hexapodos): see HEXA & POD] INSECT (sense 1) adj. having six legs, as a true insect: also hexapodous [hek′sap′ə des] …   English World dictionary

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