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Agabus

(ăg`əbəs), in the New Testament, prophet who foretold the famine in the time of Claudius Caesar and the imprisonment of Paul.
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Scarodytes halensis was the most dominant species (11.77%), followed by Agabus bipustulatus (6.66%), A.
A description and functional interpretation of the mandibular geometry of Agabus punctatus Melsheimer, 1844, Rhantus calidus (Fabricius, 1792) and Acilius mediatus (Say, 1823), (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae).
Deep interstitial habitat as a refuge for Agabus paludosus (fabricius) (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae) during summer droughts.
A redifinition and revision of the Agabus optatus-group (Coleoptera, Dytiscidae); an example of Pacific intercontinental disjunction.
Thermal tolerance and geographical range size in the Agabus brunneus Group of European diving beetles (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae).
August Cluster 1 (AC1)--Amphipoda-dominated Wetlands.--AC1 (n = 5 wetlands) was characterized by high densities of Amphipoda (Hyallela [indicator for the cluster, P = 0.022] and Gammarus), Hirudinae (Erpobdella, Nephelopsis and Mooreobdella), Ephemeroptera (Caenis and Cloeon), Gastropoda (Physa, Promenetus, and Gyraulus), Coleoptera (Brychius, and Ilybius), and Enallagma; but lacked Agabus and Chaoborus.
& DENNIE, D., 1998.- Cuticular hydrocarbon analysis of the aquatic beetle Agabus anthracinus Mannerheim (Coleoptera: Dysticidae).
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(12) Apostoli episcopi sunt, prophetae vero explanatores sunt Scripturarum, quamvis inter ipsa primordia fuerint prophetae, sicut Agabus, et quatuor virgines prophetantes, sicut continetur in Actibus apostolorum [Acts 11:21], propter rudimenta fidei commendanda.