Tibicen


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Noun1.Tibicen - harvest fliesTibicen - harvest flies        
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
dog-day cicada, harvest fly - its distinctive song is heard during July and August
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Anomura was represented by 2,946 specimens, with Clibanarius antillensis being the most abundant species (n = 1,766) followed by Calcinus tibicen (n = 1,029).
In tropical Australia, the most frequently killed native species are the northern brown bandicoot (Isoodon macrourus), the mountain brushtail possum (Trichosurus cunninghami) and the Australian magpie (Cracticus tibicen) (Taylor & Goldingay, 2004).
Chez les Etrusques, le combat etait accompagne d'un flutiste (tibicen), charge de rythmer les assauts des deux adversaires et, au besoin, de reveiller leur ardeur au combat.
These included Australian Magpie Gymnorhina tibicen, Magpie-lark Grallina cyanoleuca, Brown Quail Coturnix ypsilophora and Willie Wagtail Rhipidura leucophrys.
Infection behavior, life history, and host parasitism rates of Emblemasoma erro (Diptera: Sarcophagidae), an acoustically hunting parasitoid of the cicada Tibicen dorsatus (Hemiptera: Cicadidae).
Part of the benthic fauna live in intertidal zones and depend on this habitat to complete their life cycles; examples include the brachyurans Pachygrapsus transversus (Gibbes, 1850), Hexapanopeus schmitti Rathbun, 1930, and Menippe nodifrons Stimpson, 1859 (Flores and Negreiros-Fransozo, 1998; Mantelatto and Souza-Carey, 1998; Braga et al., 2005), and other invertebrates such as the isopod Ligia pallasii Brandt, 1833, shrimps and anemones, the anomuran Calcinus tibicen (Herbst, 1791), the mollusk Stramonita haemastoma (Linnaeus, 1758) among others, respectively studied by Carefoot (1973), Knowlton and Keller (1985), Fransozo and Mantelatto (1998) and Watanabe and Young (2006).
Nullus enim tibicen, vel organista, vel cytharedus melodiam suam cantionem vocat, nisi in quantum nupta est alicui cantioni; sed armonizantes verba opera sua cantiones vocant, et etiam talia verba in cartulis absqueprolatore iacentia cantiones vocamus.
Notes on the Life-History of the salt marsh cicada (Tibicen viridifascia Walker.).
Tibicen bifidus simplex Davis, 1941 was described as a variety of Tibicen bifidus (Davis, 1916) based on differences in genitalia and opercular morphology.
Australian Magpies (Gymnorhina tibicen) are South Australia's State Government emblem.