elapid

(el┬┤ә-pid) pertaining to the members of a family of pit vipers that includes the genera Micruroides and Micrurus. any of the members of this group.
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elapid

elapid snake noun any of numerous venomous fanged snakes of warmer parts of both hemispheres
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elapid

Any member of the snake family Elapidae. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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elapid

any of about 300 venomous species of the snake family Elapidae, characterized by short fangs fixed in the front of the upper jaw. Terrestrial elapids ... [2 related articles]
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elapid

of, like or pertaining to cobras
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elapid

Snakes belonging to the taxonomic family Elapidae. All members are venomous and some are amongst the most deadly on earth.
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elapid

Type: Term Pronunciation: el′ă-pid Definitions: 1. Any member of the snake family Elapidae.
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Elapid

venomous snakes with fixed front fangs and usually strongly neurotoxic venom. Includes Cobras, Mambas, Kraits, Coral Snakes, Sea Snakes, Taipans, Tiger Snakes, etc. From the family Elapidae.
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elapid

[n] - any of numerous venomous fanged snakes of warmer parts of both hemispheres
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