claviger


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claviger

(ˈklævɪdʒə)
n
a key- or club-bearer
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But I know that he who is called the Pontifex, the Builder of the Bridge, is called the Claviger, or bearer of the Key; and that such keys were given to bind and loose when he was a poor fisher in a far province, beside a small and almost secret sea.
Behavioural interactions between the ant Lasius flavus (Formicidae) and the myrmecophilous beetle Claviger testaceus (Pselaphidae).
A similar bauplan of the RTA with a strongly sclerotised dorsal part and a membranous ventral part as well as the two tegular apophyses are known for Olios claviger (Pocock, 1901) (jager & Kunz 2005: figs 320-322), O.
Lentic (vascular Climber; hydrophytes); Clinger Cosmopolitan Robackia claviger Lotic (sandy substrata) Burrower (Townes) Rheosmittia arcuata Lotic (sandy substrata) Burrower Caldwell Saetheria sp.
claviger (Meigen 1804) might have locally contributed to the disease transmission (1).