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- n.pl. See urodela.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In herpetology, the tailed or urodele batrachians: same as Urodela: opposed to Ecaudata or Anura.
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- n. salamanders; newts; congo snakes
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Fig. 123 represents a flower of _Aristolochia caudata_ with two lips, for which I am indebted to Mr.W. H. Baxter.
It consisted of a round ball of dry grass with a circular entrance on one side, near the top, was placed on the ground in the centre of a low scrubby bush in a grass Bheerh, and when the hen-bird flew off, which was not until I almost put my foot on the nest, I mistook her for _Argya caudata_.
The eggs closely resemble those of _A. caudata_ both in colour and shape, but they are conspicuously larger.
The eggs are about the size of the eggs of _A. caudata_, but in colour very like those of _Franklinia buchanani_, namely, white, speckled all over with reddish brown and pale lavender, most densely at the large end.
This bird is so similar in appearance, when flying and hopping about in the long grass, to _A. caudata_, that I have no doubt it is often mistaken for that species.
An accomplished marauder (Caelioxys caudata, SPIN.), a parasite of the
The wormwood (Artemisia) of which there is a species (A. caudata) growing in Florida and northward, is said to be rich in potash.
Resources of the Southern Fields and Forests, Medical, Economical, and Agricultural. Being also a Medical Botany of the Confederate States; with Practical Information on the Useful Properties of the Trees, Plants, and Shrubs
This resembles the figure of the Guaperva maxima caudata in Willughby's Ichthyol.
Fo - liola suhopposita rhomhoidea acuminata, in apicemlanreolntum pinnatifidum desinentia sub - caudata bipuinatifida, superne simpliciter pin - nata.
T. caudata, pedibus digitatis, tella gibba: fcutcllis llnea - tis fulco circumfciipti».