any of numerous small, flat-bodied crustaceans of the group Amphipoda, including the beach fleas, sand hoppers, etc.
of or relating to the amphipods.
They are also found in some of the semi-terrestrial and purely aquatic amphipod Crustaceans.
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any marine or freshwater crustacean of the order Amphipoda, such as the sand hoppers, in which the body is laterally compressed: subclass Malacostraca
of, relating to, or belonging to the Amphipoda
adjective (of certain invertebrates, such as sand hoppers) having both swimming and jumping appendages
amphipolis city on both sides, a Macedonian city, a great Roman military station, through which Paul and Silas passed on their way from Philippi to Thessalonica, a distance of 33 Roman miles from Philippi (Acts 17:1). Contemporary Examples The drumbeat of anticipation keeps growing louder in the reports and photos streaming from amphipolis. Is This […]
prostyle on both fronts. adjective (esp of a classical temple) having a set of columns at both ends but not at the sides noun a temple of this kind
adjective another word for amphoteric