Palinurus


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Noun1.Palinurus - type genus of the family PalinuridaePalinurus - type genus of the family Palinuridae
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
sea crawfish, spiny lobster, langouste, rock lobster, crawfish, crayfish - large edible marine crustacean having a spiny carapace but lacking the large pincers of true lobsters
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One solitary distant star Is all I have to guide me, A brighter orb than those of old That Palinurus lighted.
His essay "Te Palinure Petens" ("I seek you, Palinurus," Cyril Connolly's pseudonym) appeared in a memorial issue of Adam International Review (1974-75) on Connolly.
Reared 2.8%; Brazil brasiliensis) 4.0%; Nile Tilapia 4.5% (Oreochromis niloticus) Lobster tail (Palinurus spp.) Mussels (Mytilus Captured 10% Morroco spp.) 4.1% Seawater sample 6.8% Marine sediment Silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys Reared 2.7% Iran molitrix) Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis Reared 3.4% Brazil niloticus) Mussels (Mytilus Captured 3.1%; Spain spp.) 2.5% Oysters (Ostrea edulis) Samples Implicated Fish (Positive) serovars Reference Shrimp (P.
Phylogeography of the European spiny lobster (Palinurus elephas): influence of current oceanographical features and historical processes.
Celi et al., "Behavioural and biochemical stress responses of Palinurus elephas after exposure to boat noise pollution in tank," Marine Pollution Bulletin, vol.
The whole episode of Palinurus, immediately following, revolves around this theme.
Relative pleopod length as an indicator of size at sexual maturity in slipper (Scyllarides squammosus) and spiny Hawaiian (Palinurus marginatus) lobsters.
95-112) argues that Valerius reconstructs, comments upon and/or deconstructs different parts of the epic tradition he inherits specifically by showing how the epicist rewrites the deaths of Idmon and Tiphys in Apollonius with reference to the deaths and funerals of Palinurus and Misenus in the Aeneid and of Elpenor in the Odyssey.
Programmatic examples are the cape named for Palinurus (VI.
Cholinesterases from Maia verrucosa and Palinurus vulgaris: A comparative study.
El mismo funcionario consular me dio una trygon joven extraida del utero de la madre, y la corteza de una palinurus grande, procedentes de las Islas Galapagos.