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n.1.(Zool.) The six-legged young, or larva, of certain mites; - sometimes used as a generic name. See Harvest mite, under Harvest.
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Libya has five UNESCO World Heritage sites, including a well-preserved Roman amphitheatre in Leptus Magna, regarded as the best in North Africa, while Tripoli oozes history.
Silk snapper Lutjanus vivanus Longtail bass Hemanthias leptus Dusky shark Carcharhinus obscurus Bigeye sixgill shark Hexanchus nakamurai Atlantic croaker Micropogonias undulatus Smooth puffer Lagocephalus laevigatus Largescale lizardfish Saurida brasiliensis Atlantic spadefish Chaetodipterus faber Hardhead catfish Arius felis Grunt (family) Haemulidae Goldface tilefish Caulolatilus chrysops Southern stingray Dasyatis americana Cusk-eel (family) Ophidiidae Barracuda (genus) Sphyraena sp.
When the cruise's 100 or so archaeology buffs went ashore, the Bucks took them to such historic sites as the ancient Roman city of Leptus Magnus.
Grant Gilmore, this appears to be a Hemanthias leptus, known as the longtail bass or cabrillo robalo.
George Leptus, head of Cuprus chamber of commerce, for his part emphasized on the expansion of joint ventures between the two countries.
The larvae of erythraeid mites of the genus Leptus are common ectoparasites of a variety of arthropods, including harvestmen (Southcott 1992; Cokendolpher 1993; Mitov 2000).
formosum by the mite, Leptus indianensis, in nearby Wakefield, VA (approximately 76 km west of our study site).
Attachment sites and frequency distribution of erythraeid mites, Leptus indianensis (Acari: Prostigmata), ectoparasitic on harvestmen, Leiobunum formosum (Opiliones).