Definition of Order octopoda

1. Noun. Octopuses and paper nautilus.

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Order Octopoda

order Mycelia Sterilia
order Mycoplasmatales
order Mycrosporidia
order Myricales
order Myrtales
order Mysidacea
order Myxobacterales
order Myxobacteria
order Myxobacteriales
order Myxosporidia
order Naiadales
order Neuroptera
order Nidulariales
order Notostraca
order Nudibranchia
order Octopoda
order Odonata
order Oleales
order Ophioglossales
order Opiliones
order Opuntiales
order Orchidales
order Ornithischia
order Orthoptera
order Ostariophysi
order Ostracodermi
order Palmales
order Pandanales
order Papaverales
order Parietales

Literary usage of Order octopoda

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

1. The Genera of Recent Mollusca: Arranged According to Their Organization by Henry Adams, Arthur Adams (1858)
"... Order OCTOPODA. Body naked. Head separate, with eight fleshy arms, furnished with sessile cups, without any horny ring ; eyes fixed in the skin. ..."

2. A Text-book in General Zoölogy by Glenn Washington Herrick (1907)
"Order — Decapoda. Types of Order. Loligo vulgaris — Squid. Sepia officinalis — Cuttlefish. Order — Octopoda. Type of Order. Octopus vulgaris — Octopus. ..."

3. Structural and Systematic Conchology: An Introduction to the Study of the by George Washington Tryon (1882)
"... nautilus, etc., but there are notable exceptions in all the classes : In the Cephalopoda a whole order (Octopoda) is mostly without any shell, ..."

4. Outlines of Zoology by John Arthur Thomson, Marion Isabel Newbigin (1906)
"Sub-order octopoda. Eight arms only. Suckers sessile without horny ring. Small eyes with sphincter-like lid. Body short and rounded. ..."

5. The Shell Book: A Popular Guide to a Knowledge of the Families of Living by Julia Ellen Rogers (1908)
"... internal or absent ; arms, eight to ten ; gills, two. Order DI BRANCH I ATA B. Arms eight, all alike ; suckers fleshy ; shell absent. Sub-order OCTOPODA ..."

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