Definition of Genus hemitripterus

1. Noun. Sea ravens.

Exact synonyms: Hemitripterus
Generic synonyms: Fish Genus
Group relationships: Cottidae, Family Cottidae
Member holonyms: Hemitripterus Americanus, Sea Raven

Lexicographical Neighbors of Genus Hemitripterus

genus Heliothis
genus Helipterum
genus Helix
genus Helleborus
genus Helminthostachys
genus Heloderma
genus Helotium
genus Helvella
genus Helwingia
genus Helxine
genus Hemachatus
genus Hemerocallis
genus Hemigalus
genus Hemigrammus
genus Hemipteronatus
genus Hemitripterus
genus Hepatica
genus Heracleum
genus Heritiera
genus Hermannia
genus Hermissenda
genus Hernaria
genus Herpestes
genus Herrerasaurus
genus Hesperiphona
genus Hesperis
genus Heteranthera
genus Heterocephalus
genus Heterodon
genus Heteromeles

Literary usage of Genus hemitripterus

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. First- Second Annual Report Upon the Natural History and Geology of the by Ezekiel Holmes, Charles Henry Hitchcock (1862)
"genus hemitripterus, Cuv. GEN. CHAR. The head depressed ; two dorsals ; no regular scales on the skin, but teeth in the palatines ; head is bristly and ..."

2. A Naval Encyclopædia: Comprising a Dictionary of Nautical Words and Phrases (1880)
"The sculpin, a fish of the genus Hemitripterus. SEA-REACH. The straight lower course of a winding river emptying into the sea. SEA-REED. ..."

3. Natural History: A Manual of Zoölogy for Schools, Colleges, and the General by Sanborn Tenney (1870)
"The genus hemitripterus . has the first dorsal deeply emarginate, thus making the two dorsals look like three ; head bristly and spinous, and with cutaneous ..."

4. The Natural History of Secession by Thomas Shepard Goodwin (1865)
"... B. Olm- stedi, Ag., of the small streams of the Northeastern States, is about three inches long. The genus hemitripterus has the first ..."

5. Boston Journal of Natural History by Boston Society of Natural History (1839)
"The Sea raven, or deep water sculpin, as it is generally called by our fishermen, is the only known species of the genus "Hemitripterus. ..."

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