Definition of Order actinaria

1. Noun. Sea anemones.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Order Actinaria

ordainments
ordains
ordalian
ordalium
ordaliums
orde
ordeal
ordeal bean
ordeal tree
ordeals
order
order-Chenopodiales
order-in-council
order Acarina
order Accipitriformes
order Actinaria
order Actiniaria
order Actinomycetales
order Actinomyxidia
order Aepyorniformes
order Agaricales
order Alcyonaria
order Alismales
order Amoebida
order Amoebina
order Amphipoda
order Anacanthini
order Anaspida
order Andreaeales
order Anguilliformes

Literary usage of Order actinaria

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1. Proceedings of the Essex Institute by Essex Institute (1868)
"In a natural arrangement of Polyps, as stated in Part I. of this series, the order ACTINARIA should follow the ALCYONARIA, they standing next to them in ..."

2. Structure and Classification of Zoophytes by James Dwight Dana (1846)
"... secretions was of no more importance in zoophytes, than in the Mollusca.f 110. The farther subdivision of the sub-order Actinaria, into the four tribes ..."

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