Definition of Suborder ophidia

1. Noun. Snakes.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Suborder Ophidia

suborder Marginocephalia
suborder Megachiroptera
suborder Megaloptera
suborder Menotyphla
suborder Menurae
suborder Microchiroptera
suborder Mugiloidea
suborder Myomorpha
suborder Mysticeti
suborder Myxiniformes
suborder Myxinoidei
suborder Natantia
suborder Nematocera
suborder Nothosauria
suborder Odontoceti
suborder Ophidia
suborder Ornithomimida
suborder Ornithopoda
suborder Oscines
suborder Osteostraci
suborder Otides
suborder Pachycephalosaurus
suborder Percoidea
suborder Petromyzoniformes
suborder Pinnipedia
suborder Plesiosauria
suborder Prosauropoda
suborder Prosimii
suborder Reptantia

Literary usage of Suborder ophidia

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1. Research in China by Eliot Blackwelder, Bailey Willis, Rufus Harvey Sargent, Friedrich Hirth, Charles Doolittle Walcott (1907)
"suborder ophidia. (Snakes, etc.) GRAY: Ana Mag. of Nat. History, zd ser., vol. XII, 1853, p. 390. Several individuals were seen along the road through the ..."

2. A Text-book in General Zoölogy by Glenn Washington Herrick (1907)
"Chameleo vulgaris — Old World chameleon. Phrynosoma cornutum — Horned toad. Heloderma suspectum — Gila monster. Suborder — Ophidia. Types of Order. ..."

3. A Text-book in General Zoölogy by Glenn Washington Herrick (1907)
"Chameleo vulgaris — Old World chameleon. Phrynosoma cornutum — Horned toad. Heloderma suspectum — Gila monster. Suborder — Ophidia. Types of Order. ..."

4. Proceedings by Zoological Society of London (1890)
"... these Squamata we see that the rule in the suborder Lacertilia is to lose the teeth from front to back, and in the suborder Ophidia from back to front. ..."

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