Definición de carabid en inglés:

carabid

Silabificación: ca·ra·bid
Pronunciación: /ˈkarəbid, kəˈrabid
 
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sustantivo

Entomology
A fast-running beetle of a family (Carabidae) that comprises the predatory ground beetles.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Some predation of click beetles by certain carabids will occur in pheromone traps left untended for 2-3 week periods late in the adult generations of A. obscunis and A. lineatus.
  • Likewise, adults of many species of carabids and spiders would not even be present in mid-May.
  • Many garden pests are carabid food: cutworms, codling moth larvae, tent caterpillars, slugs, snails and cankerworms to name a few.

Origen

late 19th century: from modern Latin Carabidae (plural), from Latin carabus, denoting a kind of crab.

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