Definition of Orthopterists
1. orthopterist [n] - See also: orthopterist
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Orthopterists
Literary usage of Orthopterists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation by James William Tutt (1890)
"The work is in Russian, which renders it useless to most western orthopterists, though this is not so serious as it might have been, for the few members of ..."
2. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Philadelphia by Entomological Society of Philadelphia (1864)
"In the two latter cases the lamina is known to orthopterists as "the infra-anal plate ... the middle appendage is represented by what orthopterists call the ..."
3. Journal of the New York Entomological Society by New York Entomological Society (1904)
"Some orthopterists consider bivittata Serv. as distinct from germanica Linn, but from a study of specimens from the United States, Porto Rico, ..."
4. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington by Entomological Society of Washington (1913)
"... that should these numbers be preserved it would add considerably to the identification of his specimens. Among the orthopterists in Europe he had a good ..."
5. The Entomologist's Monthly Magazine by Nathaniel Lloyd and Company (1890)
"So the account of the distribution is necessarily meagre, and this makes it the more desirable that orthopterists should publish local lists, and record the ..."
6. Entomological News and Proceedings of the Entomological Section of the by Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia Entomological Section (1915)
"Brunner stands with Saussure as one of the two greatest orthopterists of his day, as to these two men we owe practically all the groundwork and a vast ..."
7. The Entomologist; an Illustrated Journal of General Entomology by Edward Newman, Royal Entomological Society of London (1898)
"orthopterists have since followed Brunner, and we owe to Krauss || an excellent essay on the two species. ..."