Definition of Pagurids
1. pagurid [n] - See also: pagurid
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pagurids
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Literary usage of Pagurids
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A History of Crustacea: Recent Malacostraca by Thomas Roscoe Rede Stebbing (1893)
"Pagurus granulatus, Olivier, one of the largest pagurids, being seven inches and a ... The names Hermit-crab and Soldier-crab, as applied to the pagurids, ..."
2. Contributions from the Anatomical Laboratory by Brown University Anatomical Laboratory (1905)
"The point of view with regard to these genera remains unchanged whether the pagurids be considered as a natural or a convergent group. ..."
3. The Cruise of the Tomas Barrera: The Narrative of a Scientific Expedition to by John Brooks Henderson (1916)
"Aside from the wide range of their interesting evolutionary changes, the pagurids offer still more of interest to the nature student. ..."
4. The Fauna and Geography of the Maldive and Laccadive Archipelagoes: Being by John Stanley Gardiner (1903)
"The antennules of the pagurids (fig. 14), on the other hand, are relatively ... 15), which in the pagurids is well developed and moveable, is, in Coenobita, ..."
5. International Catalogue of Scientific Literature by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1904)
"Four new symmetrical hermit crabs (pagurids; from the West Indian region. Washington, DO, Smithsonian Inst., Nation. Mus., Proc., 23, 1901, ..."
6. Corals and Coral Islands by James Dwight Dana (1890)
"Moreover, shells, even large ones, are carried far away from the sea by Hermit Crabs (pagurids). d. ..."
7. The Evolution Theory by August Weismann (1904)
"the case of the pagurids it must not be hard because it could not then be readily squeezed into the hard-walled and narrow recesses of the ..."