Definition of Acaridans
1. acaridan [n] - See also: acaridan
Lexicographical Neighbors of Acaridans
Literary usage of Acaridans
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Human Geography: An Attempt at a Positive Classification, Principles and by Jean Brunhes, Isaiah Bowman, Richard Elwood Dodge, Irville Charles Le Compte (1920)
"Because there is certainly a geography of the insects, acaridans, rodents, etc., which transmit such diseases as malaria, yellow fever, or cholera. ..."
2. On the Power, Wisdom and Goodness of God: As Manifested in the Creation of by William Kirby (1837)
"... on this and other acaridans, extracted from the Annales des Sciences Naturelles for the year 1832. If we consider the- animal that this mite inhabits, ..."
3. Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge for the People by Chambers, W. and R., publ (1876)
"... a family of acaridans. It is so minute, that, were it not for the brilliancy of its colour, which is a vivid crimson, it would be quite invisible. ..."
4. The Bridgewater Treatises on the Power, Wisdom and Goodness of God, as by Francis Henry Egerton Bridgewater (1837)
"The bat is infested by another parasite, placed by Dr. Leach at the end of the acaridans, and by Latreille, but not without hesitation, ..."