from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- noun Any of numerous beetles of the superfamily Scarabaeoidea, formerly Lamellicornia; a scarabaeoid.
from The Century Dictionary.
- Having lamellæ or a lamellate structure, as the antennæ of an insect.
- Having lamellate antennæ, as an insect; of or pertaining to the Lamellicornia.
- noun A lamellicorn beetle; any member of the Lamellicornia, as a scarab, dung-beetle, stag-beetle, cockchafer, etc.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Having antennæ terminating in a group of flat lamellæ; -- said of certain coleopterous insects.
- adjective Terminating in a group of flat lamellæ; -- said of antennæ.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- adjective zoology Having antennæ terminating in a group of flat lamellæ; -- said of certain coleopterous insects.
- adjective zoology Terminating in a group of flat lamellæ; -- said of antennæ.
- noun A lamellicorn insect.
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
I believe that if it were possible to take a retinal print -- which it someday will be -- you would have a perfect picture of what it was I saw, Beyond doubt it was a lamellicorn, one of the copridae.
Laparostict: that series of lamellicorn beetles in which the abdominal spiracles are situated on the connecting membrane between the dorsal and ventral rings.
Bulla: a blister or blister-like structure: the shield-like sclerite that closes the opening to the trachea in lamellicorn larvae: in Ephemerida
Anthobian: feeding on flowers; applied to certain lamellicorn
After reading Landois 'paper I have been working at the stridulating organ in the lamellicorn beetles, in expectation of finding it sexual, but I have only found it as yet in two cases, and in these it was equally developed in both sexes.
All Rights Reserved to Tooth & Nail Records Lyrics: on a cold December, just before dawn as the sun said "hello" to the sky the mantis prayed while the lamellicorn tumbled and rolled in a threadbare tie the holland lops in the Callicoon glades indignantly thumped their feet and hopped away when they cut their noses on the sharp-tipped blades (since the grass doesn't mind in the least) the heat pad waiting in the chicken-wire hutch where the does from the netherlands stay but that dry alfalfa don't taste like much and we're tired of the timothy hay