noun, genitive Ap·o·dis [ap-uh-dis] /ˈæp ə dɪs/. Astronomy.
Origin of Apus
Examples from the Web for apus
Historical Examples of apus
The maxill of Apus are also much the more specialized and reduced.The Appendages, Anatomy, and Relationships of Trilobites
Percy Edward Raymond
The specimens examined were obtained from the Bambusa apus, growing in the Residency of Bantam.
Then again, take the interesting Crustacean Lepidurus (Apus) glacialis.The History of the European Fauna
R. F. Scharff
In Apus, as the figure shows, there are four of these “antenna-like” palps or filaments on the first thoracic limb.
In some Phyllopoda (Apus) egg-sacs are formed by modification of certain of the thoracic feet.