Definition of Cidaris

1. a type of tiara [n -ES] - See also: tiara



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cidaris

ciclopirox olamine
ciclosporin
ciclosporins
ciconine
cicoree
cicorees
cicurate
cicurated
cicurates
cicurating
cicuration
cicuta
cicutas
cicutoxin
cicutoxins
cidaris (current term)
cidarises
cide
cided
cider
cider gum
cider house
cider mill
cider vinegar
cideries
ciderist
ciderists
ciderkin
ciderkins
ciderless

Literary usage of Cidaris

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Zoological Record ...: Being Records of Zoological Literature by Zoological Society of London (1901)
"Barre(Isère), cidaris ... Hauterivian, and Valanginian of Portugal, revised list of Ech. ; Ech., cidaris, ... Brèche à cidaris ..."

2. Catalogue of the Cretaceous fossils in the Brighton museum by Henry Willett (1871)
"70 cidaris clavigera Spine. 71 cidaris clavigera Spine. ... 89 cidaris serrata (Wright) uc, Woolwich uc, Woolwich uc, Woolwich uc, Woolwich uc, Woolwich uc, ..."

3. Descriptive Catalogue of the Fossil Organic Remains of Invertebrata by Museum, Royal College of Surgeons of England (1856)
"Five specimens of cidaris coronata, Goldfuss. From the coralline oolite of ... A block of limestone containing broken portions of the spines of cidaris ..."

4. The Cidaridae by Hubert Lyman Clark (1907)
"There are only 3 valid recent species of cidaris, and they are quite sharply distinct from each other. The form which Doderlein ('87) described under the ..."

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