Trichoptera

[n] - an order of insects consisting of caddis flies
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trichoptera

<zoology> A suborder of Neuroptera usually having the wings covered with minute hairs. It comprises the caddice flies, and is considered by some to be a distinct order. ... Origin: NL, fr. Gr, a hair + wing. ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Trichoptera

order Trichoptera noun an order of insects consisting of caddis flies
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Trichoptera

• (n. pl.) A suborder of Neuroptera usually having the wings covered with minute hairs. It comprises the caddice flies, and is considered by some to be a distinct order.
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trichoptera

trichoptera, trichopter An order of insects consisting of the candis flies. Related 'feather, feather-like; soft down, plumage' word units: penna-; pinni-, pin-; plum-, -plume; pterido-; ptilo-.
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Trichoptera

Type: Term Pronunciation: tri-kop′tĕr-ă Definitions: 1. An order of insects in which the aquatic larvae (caddis flies) construct a protective case (caddis) of bits of submerged material in a highly specific form; commonly found attached under stones in freshwater streams. The adult caddis flies, having hairy wings, shed their hairs ...
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Trichoptera

the caddis flies, and order of insects with two pairs of hairy, scaled wings and long antennae and legs; the wormlike aquatic larvae build cases of sand and other particles glued with secretions (Morris 1992).
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