Definición de cyprinoid en inglés:

cyprinoid

Saltos de línea: cyp¦rin|oid
Pronunciación: /ˈsɪprɪnɔɪd
 
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Zoology

sustantivo

A fish of a large group which includes the carps, suckers, and loaches, and (in some classification schemes) the characins.
  • Order Cypriniformes or superfamily Cyprinoidea
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Everywhere in fresh waters, except in Australia, species of little cyprinoids or characoids are the principal forage fishes on which larger predators feed.
  • Other groups of fishes that are prominent in the collection include: characoids, cyprinoids, neotropical catfishes, sunfishes, gobies, blennies, serranids and flatfishes.
  • The cyprinoids, which are absent from South America, dominate the freshwaters of tropical Asia and the north-temperate zone of Eurasia.

adjetivo

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Relating to or denoting the cyprinoids.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Among the naturally occurring fresh water fish, cyprinoid fish are among the dominating species as they successfully breed and reproduce in natural water reservoirs, streams or rivers and are being caught daily.
  • The fluke utilizes, respectively, freshwater snails and cyprinoid fish as its first and second intermediate hosts.
  • Infection with these food-borne parasites is prevalent in areas where uncooked cyprinoid fish are a staple of the diet.

Origen

mid 19th century: from modern Latin Cyprinoidea, based on Latin cyprinus 'carp' (from Greek kuprinos).

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