Definition of Presbytes entellus
1. Noun. Langur of southern Asia; regarded as sacred in India.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Presbytes Entellus
Literary usage of Presbytes entellus
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. List of the Osteological Specimens in the Collection of the British Museum by John Edward Gray, George Robert Gray (1847)
"Presbytes entellus. Skull of an adult. Nepal. Presented by BH Hodgson, Esq. Skull of a middle-aged specimen. Nepal. ..."
2. Prodromus Faunæ Zeylanicæ: Being Contributions to the Zoology of Ceylon by Edward Frederic Kelaart, George Gardner, Walter Elliot, Edward Blyth, Edgar Leopold Layard (1852)
"... except in size, with Professor Owen's description of the stomach of :the allied species Presbytes entellus, found in the peninsula of India. ..."