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  • Pliny also asserts that the ophidia, when they cast their skins, have recourse to this plant for restoring their [180] sight.

    Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure

  • Ten species of ophidia are known in the Japanese islands, but in the larger number of more or less imaginary varieties which figure in the ancient books we shall find plenty of material for fetich-worship.

    The Religions of Japan From the Dawn of History to the Era of Méiji

  • Very much enamored was he of most of nature's products, but not at all of the family _ophidia_.

    A Man and a Woman

  • This change of gastrulation is still found in the remarkable ophidia

    The Evolution of Man — Volume 1

  • Af'á is applied to many species of the larger ophidia, all supposed to be venomous, and synonymous with "Sall" (a malignant viper) in Al Mutalammis.

    Arabian nights. English

  • Cuvier's four orders of reptilia (sauria, chelonia, and batrachia) are represented in this formation, the serpent order (ophidia) being alone wanting.

    Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation

  • In the reptilia it is more distinct, since to this class belong the ophidia, (serpents,) an order peculiarly noxious.

    Vestiges of the Natural History of Creation

  • In general, we find various species of reptiles like the lizard or iguana colorada (Tupinambis rufescens) and ophidia such as the falsa yarará (Pseusotomodon trigonatus), yarará ñata (Bothrops ammodytoides), lampalagua (Boa constrictor occidentalis) and falsa coral (Lystrophis semininctus).

    Argentine Monte

  • Af’á is applied to many species of the larger ophidia, all supposed to be venomous, and synonymous with “Sall” (a malignant viper) in Al Mutalammis.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

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