10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «CTENIFORM»
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30. 29a. Ventral sucker armed with cteniform sclerites or spines; in fish . ... with
reduced cavity of apex whose rim is produced into sinistral thumb ventral to
genital pore, armed with one, two or three groups of cteniform sclerites or spines.
David Ian Gibson, Rodney Alan Bray, Arlene Jones, 2008
I. Two-clawed Cteniform Spiders. a. Introduction, p. 13. b. Bibliography, p. 13. c.
List of Species already described, with Notes on their Identities, p. 14. d.
Descriptions of New Species, p. 20. II. Three-clawed Cteniform SpiderB. a.
Zoological Society of London, 1898
A phylogenetic approach to the classification and diversity ...
On cteniform spiders from the lower Amazons and other regions of North and
South America, with a list of all known species of these groups hitherto recorded
from the New World. Annzls and Magazine of Natural History 19: 52-106, pi. iii-iv.
Arachnid reprints: Crosby collection]. v.1-
On Cteniform Spiders from the Lower Amazons and other Regions of North and
South America, with List of all known Species of these Groups hitherto recorded
from the New World. By F. O. PlCKARD CAMBRIDGE, B.A. [Plates III. & IV.] ...
Riceland Spiders of South and Southeast Asia
... described between 1940 and 1981. Manchester University Press, Manchester.
755 pp. Bristowe W.S. (1971) The World of Spiders, 2nd edn. Collins, London.
304 pp. Cambridge F.O.P. (1897) On the cteniform spiders of Ceylon, Burma.
A. T. Barrion, J. A. Litsinger, 1995
(2003). First record of Thalasssius albocinctus (Doleschall) (Aranea: Pisauridae)
from India. Entomon. 28(4): 309–314. 2. Thalassius phipsoni FOP Cambridge
1898 Cambridge, FOP. (1898). On the cteniform spiders of Africa, Arabia and
A Dictionary for Invertebrate Zoology:
(CTENO/MOLL) A respira- tory gill-comb. see gill. cteniform a. [Gr. kteis, comb; L.
forma, shape] Comb-shaped. ctenocyst n. [Gr. kteis, comb; kystis, bladder] (
CTENO) An aboral sense organ; the apical organ; the balancing organ.
The Chambers Dictionary
CTC abbrev: city technical college; city technology college; Cyclists' Touring Club
. CTCC abbrev: Central Transport Consultative Committee. ctene ten, n a comb-
like swimming organ in the Cteno- phora. adj cteniform (ten' or ten') or cten old ...
The Annals and Magazine of Natural History: Zoology, Botany, ...
... extending posteriorly a long, oval, convex tubercle, umted behind by a broad
triangular plane piece. On each side of this posterior marginal portion lies a short,
rather slender tooth, its aipex Cteniform Sp1'a'ers of Ceylon, Burmalz, ate. 349.
London, 1897, pp. 939-941, р1. lv. 17. CAMBRIDGE, F. О. Р. Оп Cteniform
Spiders from the Lower Amazons and other regions of North and South America,
with a list of all known species of these groups hitherto recorded from the New