Agabus

Agabus is a genus of predacious diving beetles of the family Dytiscidae, with twenty species occurring in Britain ranging from eight to eleven millimetres in length. They are mostly dark brown and the males have tiny suction pads or patches of adhesive hairs on the under side of the widened first segments of the fore and middle tarsi. They live chi...
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Agabus

[beetle] Agabus is a large genus of predatory aquatic beetles in the family Dytiscidae, proposed in 1817 by William Elford Leach and named after Agabus, an early follower of Christianity. The adult beetles are moderate-sized, 5 to 14 mm long. The genus is primarily Holarctic in distribution, with only a few species known from the Afrotropic...
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Agabus

Agabus (ăg'ubus) , in the New Testament, prophet who foretold the famine in the time of Claudius Caesar and the imprisonment of Paul.
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Agabus

Agabus (Ἄγαβος) or Agabo was an early follower of Christianity mentioned in the Acts of the Apostles as a prophet. He is traditionally remembered as one of the Seventy Disciples described in Luke {Bibleverse-nb||Luke|10:1-24}. == Biblical account == Agabus appears to have been a resident of Jerusalem. He is said to have been one of the seve...
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