Archeria


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Archeria

[‚är′kir·ē·ə]
(paleontology)
Genus of amphibians, order Embolomeri, in early Permian in Texas; fish eaters.
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archeria

In medieval fortifications, an aperture through which an archer or longbowman might discharge arrows.
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Absolute distances within the entire data set range from a minimum of 8 between Archeria and Epacris and a maximum of 100 between Monotropa hypopithys and Harrimanella.
Miller 10974 Subfamily Styphelloideae Tribe Archarieae Archeria racemosa Hook.
In some of the most parsimonious trees, Archeria (i.e., Archerieae) branches after the Prionoteae but before the remaining epacrids.
The Archerieae comprise the small genus Archeria (6 spp.), native to Tasmania and New Zealand.