Definition of Family Dasypodidae

1. Noun. Armadillos.

Lexicographical Neighbors of Family Dasypodidae

family Cynipidae
family Cynocephalidae
family Cynoglossidae
family Cyperaceae
family Cypraeidae
family Cyprinidae
family Cyprinodontidae
family Cyrilliaceae
family Dacninae
family Dacrymycetaceae
family Dactylopiidae
family Dactylopteridae
family Dactyloscopidae
family Danaidae
family Dasyatidae
family Dasypodidae (current term)
family Dasyproctidae
family Dasyuridae
family Dasyurinae
family Daubentoniidae
family Davalliaceae
family Delphinidae
family Dematiaceae
family Dendrocolaptidae
family Dennstaedtiaceae
family Dermestidae
family Dermochelyidae
family Desmidiaceae
family Desmodontidae
family Diapensiaceae

Literary usage of Family Dasypodidae

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

1. The Cambridge Natural History by Sidney Frederick Harmer, Arthur Everett Shipley (1902)
"... very type of imperfection in nature. " One more defect," he wrote, "they could not have existed." Fam. 3. Dasypodidae.— The family Dasypodidae or Arma- ..."

2. Exploring the Borderlands: Documents of the Committee on Common Problems of by Joe Cain (2004)
"In the great majority of armadillos of the family Dasypodidae all the teeth are simple, peg-like structures with little differentiation in size. ..."

3. The Student's Manual of Comparative Anatomy, and Guide to Dissection by George Herbert Morrell (1872)
"J In the Loricate or Armadillo family (Dasypodidae) the vertebral column is remarkable for the prevalence of ..."

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