suborder Serpentes

Syn: ↑Serpentes, ↑Ophidia, ↑suborder Ophidia
Hypernyms: ↑animal order
Member Holonyms: ↑Squamata, ↑order Squamata
Member Meronyms:

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  • Serpentes — Ophidia O*phid i*a, prop. n. pl. [NL., fr. Gr. ?, dim. of o fis a snake.] (Zo[ o]l.) The suborder of reptiles which includes the serpents; called also {{Serpentes}}. [1913 Webster +PJC] Note: The most important divisions are: the {Solenoglypha},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • List of Serpentes families — Taxobox name = Snakes regnum = Animalia phylum = Chordata classis = Sauropsida ordo = Squamata subordo = Serpentes subordo authority = Linnaeus, 1758This is an overview of the suborder Serpentes, its two infraorders (subdivisions) and the… …   Wikipedia

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  • Snake — Ophidian redirects here. For the professional wrestler, see The Osirian Portal. This article is about the animal. For other uses, see Snake (disambiguation). Snakes Temporal range: Early Cretaceous – Recent, 112–0 Ma …   Wikipedia

  • animal order — noun the order of animals • Hypernyms: ↑order • Hyponyms: ↑Eubacteriales, ↑order Eubacteriales, ↑Pseudomonadales, ↑order Pseudomonadales, ↑Rickettsiales, ↑order …   Useful english dictionary

  • Squamata — This article is about the Squamata order of reptiles. For the Roman scale armour, see Lorica squamata. Scaled reptiles Temporal range: Late Triassic recent …   Wikipedia

  • snake — snakelike, adj. /snayk/, n., v., snaked, snaking. n. 1. any of numerous limbless, scaly, elongate reptiles of the suborder Serpentes, comprising venomous and nonvenomous species inhabiting tropical and temperate areas. 2. a treacherous person; an …   Universalium

  • order Squamata — noun diapsid reptiles: snakes and lizards • Syn: ↑Squamata • Hypernyms: ↑animal order • Member Holonyms: ↑Lepidosauria, ↑subclass Lepidosauria • Member Meronyms …   Useful english dictionary

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