Definition of Order chiroptera

1. Noun. An old order dating to early Eocene: bats: suborder Megachiroptera (fruit bats); suborder Microchiroptera (insectivorous bats).




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Order Chiroptera

order Branchiura
order Bryales
order Campanulales
order Caprimulgiformes
order Carnivora
order Caryophyllales
order Casuariiformes
order Casuarinales
order Caudata
order Cestida
order Cetacea
order Charadriiformes
order Charales
order Chelonethida
order Chelonia
order Chiroptera
order Chlorococcales
order Chytridiales
order Ciconiiformes
order Cilioflagellata
order Coccidia
order Coleoptera
order Collembola
order Columbiformes
order Colymbiformes
order Commelinales
order Coniferales
order Conodonta
order Conodontophorida
order Coraciiformes

Literary usage of Order chiroptera

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1. The Families and Genera of Bats by Gerrit Smith Miller (1907)
"... narrowing and in the development of a well-defined cutting edge along the outer portion of the crowns, both above and below. Order CHIROPTERA. 1779. ..."

2. East African Mammals in the United States National Museum by Ned Hollister (1918)
"Part I consists of the reports on the insectivorous mammals (Order Insectivora), the bats (order chiroptera), and the carnivores (Order Carnivora). ..."

3. The Mammals of Colorado: An Account of the Several Species Found Within the by Edward Royal Warren (1910)
"order chiroptera This order contains the Bats, mammals with the fore limbs modified for flight; the bones of the arms and the fingers are enormously ..."

4. California Mammals by Frank Stephens (1906)
"order chiroptera. (Bats.) Fore limbs modified for flight by the elongation of the forearm and fingers; fore and hind limbs connected by a membraneous ..."

5. The Geography of Mammals by William Lutley Sclater, Philip Lutley Sclater (1899)
"... and Deductions as regards the order chiroptera. Table of the genera of Bats, showing the approximate number of species found in each of the six Regions. ..."

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