from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. A division of Coleoptera including those which have but three joints in the tarsi.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In entomology: A division of Coleoptera, including those beetles whose tarsi have normally three joints apiece. Also called Pseudotrimera. See cut under lady-bird. Compare Tetramera and Pentamera, and see tarsal system (under tarsal).
- A section of the hymenopterous family Chalcididæ, including the forms with three-jointed tarsi. They all belong to the subfamily Trichogramminæ. See cut under
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The upland moor consists primarily of heath/scrub plants, with Erica excelsa, Philippia trimera, Adenocarpus mannii, Protea kilimandscharica, Stoebe kilimandscharica, Myrica meyeri-johannis, and Myrsine africana.
The tree heathers include Phillippia trimera, P. kingaensis, P. phillippia and P. johnstonii, some up to 20 m high and most are draped with usnea lichen.
Arthrium: Coleoptera; the minute, concealed tarsal joint in pseudotetramera and trimera.
(a) Carqueja Amarga (Baccharis trimera Less), with bitter properties and thus favouring and stimulating digestion.
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