Definition of Lepidotes

1. lepidote [n] - See also: lepidote



Lexicographical Neighbors of Lepidotes

lepidopteron
lepidopterous
lepidopterous insect
lepidopters
lepidoptery
lepidosaur
lepidosauria
lepidosauromorph
lepidosauromorphs
lepidosaurs
lepidosiren
lepidosirens
lepidosis
lepidote
lepidoted
lepidotes (current term)
lepidotrichia
lepiota
lepiotoid
lepirudin
lepisma
lepismoid
lepodactylid
lepodactylids
leporid
leporid mammal
leporide
leporids
leporine
leporipoxvirus

Literary usage of Lepidotes

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

1. A Guide to the Study of Fishes by David Starr Jordan (1905)
"and German Triassic, and lepidotes minor in the English Triassic. Another well-known European species is lepidotes mantelli. ..."

2. Organic Remains of a Former World: An Examination of the Mineralized Remains by James Parkinson (1804)
"... like the spawn of fishes—The Horn of Ammon possessing, with a golden colour, the figure of a ram's horn—lepidotes, which imitates, in various colours, ..."

3. A Geological Manual by Henry Thomas De La Beche (1833)
"... Zeli ; Boll, Ag. 2. frondosus, Ag. Lias, Zeli ; Boll, Ag. 1. lepidotes Gigas, Ag. Lias, Ohmden, Boll, Ag. 3. ornatus, Ag. Lias, Wurtemberg, Ag. 2. ..."

4. Encyclopædia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature by Thomas Gamaliel Bradford (1851)
"... resembling the spawn of a fish ; horns of an,mon, resembling in form the ram's horn ; lepidotes, like the seules of fishes ..."

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