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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for ophis

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Muraena ophis The scientific name Muraena ophis is a synonym of either of two species of eel:
Ophichthus ophis The Spotted snake eel (Ophichthus ophis) is an eel in the family Ophichthidae (worm/snake eels). It was described by Carl Linnaeus in 1758, originally under the genus "Muraena". It is a marine, subtropical eel which is known from the western and eastern Atlantic Ocean, including Bermuda and southern Florida, USA, Brazil, Lesser Antilles, Senegal, Angola, and the Mediterranean. It dwells at a depth range of , usually at around 50 m, and lives in burrows on a permanent basis. Males can reach a maximum total length of , but more commonly reach a TL of .
Ophichthus ophis The Spotted snake eel hunts nocturnally, and feeds primarily on octopuses and finfish, including "Haemulon aurolineatum". It is used as bait in subsistence fisheries, but is reported to cause ciguatera poisoning, and therefore is not usually used as a food source.
Hydrophis belcheri "Hydrophis" comes from Greek "hydro" = water + "ophis" = serpent.
Serpent (instrument) The ophicleide (ophis = serpent, kleis = key/covering, therefore "keyed serpent",) was patented in France by Halary in 1821.
SS Empire Antelope "Ophis" was built by Todd Dry Dock and Construction Corporation, Tacoma as yard number 9. She was allocated United States Shipping Board hull number 2630. She was launched on 30 July 1919 and completed on 5 August 1919. Delivery was on 30 September 1919. "Ophis" was powered by a triple expansion steam engine and could make 10 knots.
Ophiasis It gets its name from "ophis", which is the Greek word for snake, because of the apparent similarity to a snake-shape and the pattern of hair loss.
Restrepiella ophiocephala Restrepiella ophiocephala, commonly called the Snake's head restrepiella is an epiphytic orchid native to Mexico, Central America, Colombia, and Florida. The epithet "ophiocephala" is derived from the Greek words "ophis" (snake) and "cephalos" (head).
Ophites The Ophites or Ophians (Greek Ὀφιανοί "Ophianoi", from ὄφις "ophis" "snake") were members of a Christian Gnostic sect depicted by Hippolytus of Rome (170–235) in a lost work, the "Syntagma" ("arrangement").
Ariosoma ophidiophthalmus The species epithet ""ophidiophthalmus"" is derived from a Latinized version of the Ancient Greek words ""ophis"" and ""ophthalmus"", and refers to the snake-like appearance of the eel's eyes.