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NOManimalanimals, ordre d'animalsthe order of animals
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SentitThe order of animals.
Sinònimordre d'animals
Membre deAnimaliataxonomic kingdom comprising all living or extinct animals
EspecíficAcanthopterygii, acantopterigisteleost fishes having fins with sharp bony rays
Anisoptera, anisòptersdragonflies
Anseriforme, anseriformes, Anseriformesducks
Aplacòfor, aplacòfors, AplacophoraAn order of Amphineura
Apodiforme, apodiformes, Apodiformesswifts
Araneae, aranèidsspiders
Artiodàctil, artiodàctils, ArtiodactylaAn order of hooved mammals of the subclass Eutheria (including pigs and peccaries and hippopotami and members of the suborder Ruminantia) having an even number of functional toes
Blattodeacockroaches
Brachyura, braquiürsAn order of crustaceans (including true crabs) having a reduced abdomen folded against the ventral surface
Caprimulgiforme, caprimulgiformesgoatsuckers
Carnivora, carnívorscats
Ceratopsiahorned dinosaurs
Cetacea, Cetaci, cetacisAn order of Eutheria
Chiroptera, quiròptersAn old order dating to early Eocene
Ciclòstom, ciclòstomsPrimitive jawless aquatic vertebrate
Ciconiforme, ciconiformes, CiconiiformesOrder of chiefly tropical marsh-dwelling fish-eating wading birds with long legs and bills and (except for flamingos) unwebbed feet
Cipriniforme, cipriniformes, CypriniformesAn order of animals including almost entirely freshwater fishes
Coleoptera, Coleòpter, coleòptersbeetles
Collembola, col·lèmbolsminute wingless arthropods
Coraciforme, coraciformes, Coraciiformesrollers
Cuculiforme, cuculiformes, Cuculiformes, cucul·liformescuckoos
Decapoda, decàpodeslobsters
Dermaptera, Dermàpter, dermàptersearwigs and a few related forms
Dermoptera, dermòptersflying lemurs
Dinoceratasmall order of primitive ungulates of the Paleocene and Eocene
Diptera, Dípter, díptersA large order of insects having a single pair of wings and sucking or piercing mouths
Edentata, edentatsOrder of mammals having few or no teeth including
Embioptera, embiòptersweb spinners
Ephemeropteramayflies
Estereospòndil, estereospòndils, Stereospondyliformerly a suborder of Stegocephalia
Foraminifera, Foraminífer, foraminífersforaminifers
Gadiforme, gadiformes, Gadiformescods, haddocks, grenadiers
Gal·liforme, gal·liformes, galliformes, Galliformespheasants
Gruïforme, gruiformes, Gruiformes, gruïformesinland marsh-dwelling birds with long legs and necks and bills that wade in water in search of food
GymnophionaAn order of amphibians including caecilians
Hemiptera, Hemípter, hemíptersplant bugs
Himenòpter, himenòpters, HymenopteraAn order of insects including
Homoptera, homòptersplant lice (aphids)
HystricomorphaAn order of rodents including
Ichthyosauria, Ictiosaure, ictiosauresExtinct marine reptiles
Insectivora, insectívorsshrews
Lacertilia, saures, Sauriatrue lizards
Lagomorf, lagomorfs, Lagomorpharabbits
Lepidoptera, Lepidòpter, lepidòptersmoths and butterflies
Lobata, Lobatctenophore having tentacles only in the immature stage / stage
ManiraptoraAdvanced theropods including oviraptorids and dromaeosaurs and possibly even modern birds
MantophasmatodeaAn order of insect identified in 2002 in a 45 million year old piece of amber from the Baltic region
MarginocephaliaIncludes boneheaded (pachycephalosaurs) and horned (ceratopsian) dinosaurs
Marsupialia, marsupials, Metatericoextensive with the subclass Metatheria
MecopteraAn order of carnivorous insects usually having long membranous wings and long beaklike heads with chewing mouths at the tip
Megachiropterafruit bats
Megaloptera, Megalòpter, megalòptersIn some classifications considered a separate order
MicrochiropteraMost of the bats in the world
Miomorf, Myomorphatrue rats and mice and related rodents
Monotrema, Monotremata, monotremescoextensive with the subclass Prototheria
Neuroptera, Neuròpter, neuròptersAn order of insects including
Notostraca, notòstracissmall freshwater crustaceans with a shield-shaped carapace
Octopoda, octòpodesoctopuses and paper nautilus
Odonata, odonatsdragonflies and damselflies
Odontoceti, Odontocet, odontocetstoothed whales
Opilió, opiliones, Opiliones, opilionsharvestmen
Ornithischia, Ornitisqui, ornitisquisExtinct terrestrial / terrestrial reptiles having bird-like pelvises
Ornithopodawidespread group including duck-billed dinosaurs and their early relatives (hadrosaurs, trachodon and iguanodon)
Orthoptera, Ortòpter, ortòptersgrasshoppers and locusts
Passeriforme, Passeriformes, passeriformeslargest order of birds comprising about half the known species
Pelicosaure, pelicosaures, Pelycosauriaedaphosaurus
Perciforme, perciformes, PerciformesOne of the largest natural groups of fishes of both marine and fresh water
PercoideaIn some classifications nearly or exactly equivalent to the Perciformes which are considered a suborder
Perissodàctil, perissodàctils, Perissodactylanonruminant ungulates
PhasmatodeaIn some classifications considered a suborder of Orthoptera
Piciforme, piciformes, Piciformeswoodpeckers
Plecoptera, Plecòpter, plecòptersstoneflies
Primates, Primat, primatsAn animal order including lemurs and tarsiers and monkeys and apes and human beings
Proboscidea, proboscidisAn order of animals including elephants and mammoths
Procel·lariforme, procel·lariformes, Procellariiformespetrels
ProsauropodaThe earliest known dinosaurs
Protura, protursminute wingless arthropods
Pseudoescorpí, pseudoescorpins, pseudoscorpiones, Pseudoscorpionidafalse scorpions
Psocoptera, Psocòpter, psocòptersAn order of insects
Pterosaure, pterosaurisExtinct flying reptiles
Pulmonata, pulmonatslarge order of gastropods usually breathing by means of a lung-like sac comprising most land snails and slugs and many freshwater snails
Radiolaria, Radiolari, radiolarismarine protozoa
Rodentia, rosegadorssmall gnawing animals
Saurischia, Saurisqui, saurisquisExtinct terrestrial / terrestrial reptiles
Sauropoda, Sauròpode, sauròpodesAny of the sauropod dinosaurs
Sauropodomorphagigantic herbivorous dinosaurs having huge bodies with long necks and small heads
Sauropterigi, sauropterigis, SauropterygiaExtinct marine reptiles
ScandentiaA small order comprising only the tree shrews
Siluriforme, siluriformes, SiluriformesAn order of fish belonging to the superorder Malacopterygii including catfishes
Sirenia, sirenisAn animal order including
Squamatadiapsid reptiles
TecodontExtinct terrestrial / terrestrial reptiles having teeth set in sockets
Temnospòndil, Temnospondyliformerly a suborder of Stegocephalia
Teràpsid, teràpsids, TherapsidaExtinct mammal-like reptiles found inhabiting all continents from the mid Permian to late Triassic
Teròpode, teròpodes, Theropodacarnivorous saurischian dinosaurs with short forelimbs
Thyreophoraarmored dinosaurs
Thysanoptera, Tisanòpter, tisanòptersthrips
Trichoptera, Tricòpter, tricòptersAn order of insects consisting of caddis flies
Xenarthra, Xenartre, xenartresarmadillos
Zignematal, Zygnematalespond scums
actiniarissea anemones
actinomicetalsfilamentous or rod-shaped bacteria
actinomixidisparasites of worms
alcionacisComprising the soft corals
alcionariscorals and sea anemones having eight branches
amfípodessmall flat-bodied semiterrestrial crustaceans
anacantinsat least partially equivalent to the order Gadiformes in some classifications
anguiliformeselongate fishes with pelvic ... / pelvic fins and girdle absent or reduced
anoplurssucking lice
antropoidesmonkeys
anurs, Granotafrogs, toads, tree toads
anàspidsExtinct order of jawless vertebrates
apterigiformesA ratite bird order
batoïdeus, Raïformesfish with dorsoventrally flattened bodies
branquiürscopepods with suctorial mouthparts
caradriformes, Caradriformes, Charadriiformeslarge diverse order of aquatic birds found along seacoasts and inland waters
caràdridsshorebirds
casuariformesA ratite bird order
coccidisAn order in the subclass Telosporidia
cocodrils, Crocodilia, Crocodyliacrocodiles
columbiformes, Columbiformessand grouse
columbiformes, podicipediformes, Podicipediformesgrebes
decàpodessquids and cuttlefishes
dictiòptersIn some classifications replaced by the orders (here suborders) Blattodea (cockroaches) and Manteodea (mantids)
dinoflagel·lades, Dinoflagellata, Dinoflagel·latIn some classifications considered a phylum of the kingdom Protista
dinornitiformesA ratite bird order
esciúrids, Sciuromorphalarge more or less primitive rodents
escorpinstrue scorpions
escòmbridsmackerels
esfenisciformes, Sphenisciformespenguins
espiroquetals, SpirochaetalesHigher bacteria
estegocèfalsIn former classifications a division of class Amphibia comprising all pre-Jurassic and some later extinct large salamandriform amphibia
estomatòpodesmantis shrimps
estrigiformes, Strigiformesowls
estrucioniformes, StruthioniformesA ratite bird order
eubacterialsOne of two usually recognized orders of true bacteria
eufausiacis, Euphausiacea, Krillsmall commonly luminescent crustaceans
euriptèrids, EurypteridaExtinct aquatic arthropods of the Paleozoic
falconiformes, Falconiformeschiefly diurnal carnivorous birds having hooked beaks and long talons with opposable hind toe
folidots, Pholidotapangolins
fucalscoextensive with the family Fucaceae
ganoïdeusA group of mostly extinct primitive bony fishes characterized by armor-like bony scales
gaviformes, Gaviiformeslarge aquatic birds
heliozoos, heliozousMostly freshwater protozoa
hemosporidisAn order in the subclass Telosporidia
heterostracisExtinct group of armored jawless ... / jawless fishes or fish-like vertebrate
heteròpterstrue bugs
hipermastiginscellulose-producing flagellates
hiracoïdeus, Hyracoideahyraxes and some extinct animals
ictodosauresExtinct reptiles of the later Triassic period
isòpodeswoodlice
isòptersOrder of social insects that live in colonies, including
labirintodontsExtinct amphibians typically resembling heavy-bodied salamanders or crocodiles and having a solid flattened skull and conical teeth
lemúrids, LemuroideaLemuridae
limícolesTerm used in some classifications for migratory shorebirds
malacopterigisAn extensive group of teleost fishes having fins supported by flexible cartilaginous rays
mal·lòfagsbiting lice
micoplasmatalscoextensive with the family Mycoplasmataceae
microsporidisAn order in the subclass Cnidosporidia
misidacisopossum shrimp
misticets, Mysticetibaleen whales
mixiniformes, Myxiniformes, Myxinoideahagfishes as distinguished from lampreys
mixobacterialsAn order of higher bacteria
mixosporidisAn order in the subclass Cnidosporidia
nematòcersmosquitoes
nudibranquisComprising numerous marine gastropod mollusks lacking a shell in the adult state and usually having a body like a slug
ofidis, Ophidia, Serpentes, Serpsnakes
osteostracisExtinct group of armored fish-like vertebrates
ostracodermsExtinct group of armored jawless vertebrates
otídidsterrestrial game birds of the Old World and Australia
passeriformesTwo names for the suborder of typical songbirds
pectinibranquislarge order of gastropods comprising univalve mollusks that have a single gill resembling a comb
pedipalpswhip scorpions
pelecaniformes, Pelecaniformes, Pelicaniformepelicans
petromizoniformeslampreys as distinguished from hagfishes
picnogònids, Pycnogonidasea spiders
pinnípedes, Pinnipediaseals
plesiosaures, PlesiosauriaAny of the plesiosaurs
pleuronectiformesflatfishes
polimastiginssmall usually parasitic flagellates
prosimisnot used in all classifications
pseudomonadales, pseudomonadalsOne of two usually recognized orders of true bacteria
psitaciformesAn order of birds including parrots and amazons and cockatoos and lorikeets and lories and macaws and parakeets
quelonis, Testudinestortoises and turtles
reïformesA ratite bird order
rickettsiales, rickettsialspleomorphic Gram-negative microorganisms
rincocèfalstuataras
ruminantscattle
sarcosporidisimperfectly known parasites of the muscles of vertebrates
sifonàpters, Siphonapterafleas
sifonòforsmarine colonial hydrozoans
testáceos, testacistestacean rhizopods
tetraodontiformesboxfishes
tinamiformes, Tinamiformescoextensive with the family Tinamidae
tisanursfirebrats
torpediniformesrays with bodies shaped like torpedoes
trogoniformes, Trogoniformestrogons
tubulidentatsAn order of Eutheria
tàrsidsIn some classifications assigned to the suborder Prosimii
urodelssalamanders
xifosurs, Xiphosurahorseshoe crabs and extinct forms
zigòptersdamselflies
Generalordre(biology) taxonomic group containing one or more families
Anglèsanimal order
Espanyolanimales

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