Myops

My´ops

    (mī´ǒps)
n.1.See Myope.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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No obstante que estas especies fueron las que, por su presencia o ausencia, finalmente separaron a las localidades, las responsables de las mayores caidas de informacion fueron: Conodon nobilis, que represento una caida de informacion total de 254.4 beles, Trachinocephalus myops Foster, 1801 con 76.5 beles, Diplectrum bivittatum Valenciennes, 1828 con 85.9 beles, Cyclopsetta chittendeni con 65.6 beles.
Pelagic larval stages of the sand crabs Emerita analoga (Stimpson), Blepharipoda occidentalis Randall, and Lepidopa myops Stimpson.
The larval development of Lepidopa myops Stimpson, (Decapoda, Albuneidae) reared in the laboratory, and the zoeal stages of another species of the genus from California and the Pacific Coast of Baja California, Mexico.
muraenesocis Yamaguti, 1934 from Muraenesox cinereus, Trachinocephalus myops, Lophius litulon, Inimicus japonicus, Conger myriaster, Hamazima, Muraenesox coniceps; T.
Ottawa produced new institutions to control spending: program evaluation units, the Office of the Comptroller General, MYOPs (multiple-year operational plans for each department).
P.-Cambridge 1871), Neon levis (Simon 1871), Pholcomma gibbum (Westring 1851), Porrhomma myops Simon 1884, Porrhomma rosenhaueri (L.
Specimens of Smerinthus cerisyi, Paonias myops, Pachysphinx modesta, and Hyalophora euryalis were captured near light fixtures on WMA buildings.