from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In De Blainville's classification (1825), one of three subclasses of his Paracephalophora, contrasted with Dioica and Monoica, and containing the orders Cirribranchiata (tooth-shells), Cervicobranchiata (limpets), and Scutibranchiata (sea-ears, limpets). It corresponds somewhat to the Linnean genus Patella.
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_Restiaceæ_, notably _Cannamois virgata_ and _Lepyrodia hermaphrodita_.
Another form of biological control available in the UK and many European countries is a small nematode worm called Phasmarhabditis hermaphrodita.
a case of _hermaphrodita vera lateralis_, and all who examine her say the same.