Definition of Blattodea

1. Noun. Cockroaches; in some classifications considered an order.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Blattodea

Blase
Blasius
Blasius' duct
Blastocladia
Blastocladiales
Blastoconidium
Blastodiaceae
Blastomyces dermatitidis
Blatin's syndrome
Blatta
Blatta orientalis
Blattaria
Blattella
Blattella germanica
Blattidae
Blattodea
Blavatskian
Blavatskyan
BlaĆ­ Briugu
Blechnaceae
Blechnum
Blechnum spicant
Blender
Blenheim
Blenheim spaniel
Blenniidae
Blennioidea
Blennius
Blennius pholis
Blephilia

Literary usage of Blattodea

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1. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1917)
"In all, ten species of blattodea are said to be resident in Britain. Dr. Shipley describes the anatomy and natural history of these insects, in the manner ..."

2. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia by Royal Society of South Australia (1893)
"... and Brunner van Wattenwyl in his " Prodromus of European Orthoptera" modifies the term to blattodea. Popularly they are called Cockroaches ..."

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