tineæ

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tineæ

  1. (obsolete) plural of tinea
    • 1832, Baron Cuvier, Edward Griffith and Edward Pidgeon, The Animal Kingdom, pages 610–611:
      Their caterpillars live in the same manner as many tineæ, in portable domiciles, consisting of a silky tube, on which they apply a morsel of a stalk, or small branches of vegetables, forming little bags, placed one above the other.

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