Definition of Salpid

1. salpa [n -S] - See also: salpa



Medical Definition of Salpid

1. A salpa. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

Salpid Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salpid

saloops
salop
salopettes
salopian
salops
salorthids
salp
salpa
salpae
salpas
salpian
salpians
salpicon
salpicons
salpid (current term)
salpids
salpiform
salpiglosses
salpiglossis
salping-
salpingectomies
salpingectomy
salpingemphraxis
salpinges
salpingian
salpingioma
salpingitic
salpingitides
salpingitis

Literary usage of Salpid

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1. A History of British Mollusca and Their Shells by Edward Forbes, Sylvanus Charles Thorp Hanley (1853)
"V. salpid^E. Very different from the simple, the social, or true compound Ascidians, are the animals of the genus Salpa. They are free, and habitually swim ..."

2. The Genera of Recent Mollusca: Arranged According to Their Organization by Henry Adams, Arthur Adams (1858)
"salpid.E. Animal free, pelagian, in the form of a more or cylindrical tube open at one or both ends ; test and mantle continuous with one another at the ..."

3. A Guide to the Shell and Starfish Galleries: (Mollusca, Polyzoa, Brachiopoda by Edgar Albert Smith, Francis Jeffrey Bell, Randolph Kirkpatrick (1908)
"... a deep-sea salpid, in which the body forms a flattened disk produced into eight radiating lobes. Fig. ..."

4. A History of British Mollusca and Their Shells by Edward Forbes, Sylvanus Charles Thorp Hanley (1853)
"V. salpid^E. Very different from the simple, the social, or true compound Ascidians, are the animals of the genus Salpa. They are free, and habitually swim ..."

5. The Genera of Recent Mollusca: Arranged According to Their Organization by Henry Adams, Arthur Adams (1858)
"salpid.E. Animal free, pelagian, in the form of a more or cylindrical tube open at one or both ends ; test and mantle continuous with one another at the ..."

6. A Guide to the Shell and Starfish Galleries: (Mollusca, Polyzoa, Brachiopoda by Edgar Albert Smith, Francis Jeffrey Bell, Randolph Kirkpatrick (1908)
"... a deep-sea salpid, in which the body forms a flattened disk produced into eight radiating lobes. Fig. ..."

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