Definition of Jaculus jaculus

1. Noun. A variety of jerboa.

Generic synonyms: Jerboa
Group relationships: Genus Jaculus, Jaculus



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jaculus Jaculus

Jacques Louis David
Jacques Lucien Monod
Jacques Marquette
Jacques Monod
Jacques Offenbach
Jacques Tati
Jacques Tatischeff
Jacques Yves Costeau
Jacquet's erythema
Jacqui
Jacquie
Jacquinia
Jacquinia armillaris
Jacquinia keyensis
Jaculus
Jaculus jaculus (current term)
Jacuzzi
Jacuzzis
Jada
Jade
Jade Emperor
Jaden
Jadon
Jaeger
Jaeger's test types
Jafaican

Literary usage of Jaculus jaculus

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1. The Mountain by Robert Montgomery Smith Jackson (1860)
"... and the wisdom of his instincts are well known. lie is fast disappearing. Original range, the continent of North America. JACULUS. JACULUS, (Wagler. ..."

2. Transactions of the Pathological Society of London by Pathological Society of London (1907)
"... a parasite of the jerboa (Jaculus jaculus), schizogony takes place in the liver and kidneys of the host, not in the erythrocytes within the capillaries, ..."

3. Archaeology of the United Arab Emirates: Proceedings of the First by Daniel T. Potts, Hasan Al Naboodah, Peter Hellyer (2003)
"Other rodents are present in the area today, such as the Lesser jerboa (Jaculus jaculus), the Baluchistan gerbi! ..."

4. Janus by Nederlandsche Vereeniging voor Geschiedenis der Genees-, Natuur- en Wiskunde (1906)
"... (Jaculus jaculus) gefunden hat. In No. 17 (1. Sept.) veröffentlicht CV Branch Notizen über Uncinaria, und andere Darmparasiten in Westindien. ..."

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