A silvery blue-fish (Oligoplites saurus) of Atlantic waters, having leathery skin, yellow fins, and five spines on rectal fin.
A fish associated with the family Balistidae of warm-temperate and tropical seas, such as the filefishes and triggerfishes.
The larva of some crane flies
any one of several brightly colored tropical fishes, associated with the household Balistidae, like the filefish together with triggerfish; leatherfish
any one of several Atlantic fishes, of genus Oligoplites, which have a leathery epidermis; leatherjack
A trigger seafood (Balistes Carolinensis).
some of a number of vibrant colored tropical filefishes.
any of several "" new world "" tropical fishes having small embedded machines.
The tough-skinned larva of specific crane flies.
one of many fishes
In botany, just like hickory-eucalyptus.
In botany: In Australia, any one of several other trees, so called from the toughness of their bark; especially the cooper's-wood, Alphitonia excelsa, the coach-wood, Ceratopetalum apetalum, Cryptocarya Meissneri of the laurel family, and Weinmannia rubifolia of the family Cunoniaceæ.
The larva of any one of the types of crane-flies associated with household Tipulidæ. It life underground in pasture-lands and has a particularly difficult epidermis.
In Australian Continent, a thin pancake made from flour and water.
tough-skinned larva of particular crane flies
some of a few vibrant colored tropical filefishes
any of a few New World tropical fishes having tiny embedded scales