Definition of Family hydrobatidae

1. Noun. Storm petrels.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Family Hydrobatidae

family Hippocastanaceae
family Hippopotamidae
family Hipposideridae
family Hirudinidae
family Hirundinidae
family Holocentridae
family Holothuridae
family Homaridae
family Hominidae
family Hostaceae
family Hyacinthaceae
family Hyaenidae
family Hydnaceae
family Hydnoraceae
family Hydrangeaceae
family Hydrobatidae
family Hydrocharidaceae
family Hydrocharitaceae
family Hydrochoeridae
family Hydrophidae
family Hydrophyllaceae
family Hygrophoraceae
family Hylidae
family Hylobatidae
family Hymenophyllaceae
family Hypericaceae
family Hyperodontidae
family Hypocreaceae
family Hypodermatidae
family Hypoxidaceae

Literary usage of Family hydrobatidae

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1. Entomology for Beginners for the Use of Young Folks, Fruit-growers, Farmers by Alpheus Spring Packard (1888)
"family hydrobatidae.—The water-boatmen have long limbs, wherry-like bodies, and row themselves on the surface of the water. ..."

2. Zoology of the Invertebrata: A Text-book for Students. by Arthur Everett Shipley (1893)
"Family HYDROBATIDAE.—Aquatic insects of oval or elongated form, which run rapidly on the water's surface, and are usually found in colonies. ..."

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