Definition of Labrids
1. labrid [n] - See also: labrid
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Labrids
Literary usage of Labrids
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1905)
"... whereas they are there, as a rule, not only in all labrids, but in Acanthopterygian and many other fishes. Professor Bridge doubtless knows better, ..."
2. Year Book by Carnegie Institution of Washington (1919)
"... common within the family under certain circumstances, for both in the West Indies and in Hawaii many labrids bury themselves in the sand at night. ..."
3. Peerless Alaska, Our Cache Near the Pole by Charles Hallock, George G. Cantwell (1908)
"The viviparous fish may be said to be somewhat intermediate in external appearance, as they are in structure, between the labrids and the ..."
4. The Sportsman's Gazetteer and General Guide: The Game Animals, Birds and by Charles Hallock (1878)
"Externally they may be said to be somewhat intermediate in appearance, as they are in structure, between the labrids and ..."
5. Reports of the North Carolina Geological and Economic Survey (1907)
"E. The labrids, or Lipped Fishes. A very numerous and important family, found mostly in tropical waters but also represented in temperate regions. ..."
6. Reports of Explorations and Surveys: To Ascertain the Most Practicable and by United States War Dept, Joseph Henry, United States Army. Corps of Engineers, Spencer Fullerton Baird (1855)
"As to the labrids, they appear to be more numerous, although we have had the opportunity of examining the specimens of but one species. ..."