Troglodytes


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Noun1.Troglodytes - type genus of the TroglodytidaeTroglodytes - type genus of the Troglodytidae  
bird genus - a genus of birds
Troglodytes troglodytes, winter wren - small wren of coniferous forests of northern hemisphere
house wren, Troglodytes aedon - common American wren that nests around houses
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Night set in, they quickened their pace, and the fears of the two prisoners grew greater, especially as they heard themselves assailed with- "Get on, ye Troglodytes;" "Silence, ye barbarians;" "March, ye cannibals;" "No murmuring, ye Scythians;" "Don't open your eyes, ye murderous Polyphemes, ye blood-thirsty lions," and suchlike names with which their captors harassed the ears of the wretched master and man.
For instance, we can understand on the principle of inheritance, how it is that the thrush of South America lines its nest with mud, in the same peculiar manner as does our British thrush: how it is that the male wrens (Troglodytes) of North America, build 'cock-nests,' to roost in, like the males of our distinct Kitty-wrens,--a habit wholly unlike that of any other known bird.
These vile old troglodytes are no longer there; but into their deserted cave another terrible giant has thrust himself, and makes it his business to seize upon honest travellers and fatten them for his table with plentiful meals of smoke, mist, moonshine, raw potatoes, and sawdust.
Pan troglodytes is the scientific name of which animal?
(2004) to Scinax ruber; Heyer and Reid (2003) to Leptodactylus fuscus; Nunes and Junca (2006) to Leptodactylus troglodytes and Proceratophrys cristiceps; Jansen and Schulze (2012) to Leptodactylus vastus; Gambale and Bastos (2014) to Physalaemus cuvieri; Bastos et al.
A short-faced cave bear Arctotherium wingei and the giant wolf Protocyon troglodytes - previously unknown outside South America - are among 28 skeletons.
The publishing house is named after the Clochoderick Stone, near Kilbarchan, which was previously frequented by an older Paisley literary group NAMEDTHE Troglodytes, who would go to the stone for an annual day out.
On her first morning there, she hears the song of a tiny winter wren, whose Latin name is Troglodytes pacificus, "the ones who creep into the holes." Like Grace, they nest in cave-like dwellings in the forests of western North America.
Naturally, it didn't take long of for those gangs of troglodytes who inhabit certain social media caves, where they spend their time slamming women, minorities, and rationalizing the infiltration of a foreign power into our democratic processI have no quantitative basis for this particular Venn diagram, just my gut and my powers of perceptionto let it be known they do not see a woman of Amy's physical attributes to be the correct choice for the role.
Although chimps (Pan troglodytes) and bonobos (Pan paniscus) became separate species 1.6 million to 2 million years ago, they are still closely related enough to interbreed occasionally.
Tenders are invited for the great ape conservation fund is soliciting project proposals for the conservation of apes; gorillas (gorilla gorilla); chimpanzees (pan troglodytes); bonobos (pan paniscus); orangutans (pongo spp.); and gibbons (family hylobatidae) throughout their ranges.