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lamprey

Lamprey vs Lancelets - What's the difference?

lamprey | lancelets |


As nouns the difference between lamprey and lancelets

is that lamprey is any long slender primitive eel-like freshwater and saltwater fish of the petromyzontidae family, having a sucking mouth with rasping teeth but no jaw while lancelets is .

Shark vs Lamprey - What's the difference?

shark | lamprey |


As nouns the difference between shark and lamprey

is that shark is a scaleless, predatory fish of the superorder selachimorpha, with a cartilaginous skeleton and 5 to 7 gill slits on each side of its head or shark can be (informal|derogatory) a sleazy and amoral lawyer; an ambulance chaser while lamprey is any long slender primitive eel-like freshwater and saltwater fish of the petromyzontidae family, having a sucking mouth with rasping teeth but no jaw.

As a verb shark

is (obsolete) to steal or obtain through fraud or shark can be (obsolete) to pick or gather indiscriminately or covertly.

Squid vs Lamprey - What's the difference?

squid | lamprey |


As nouns the difference between squid and lamprey

is that squid is , a sensor that uses certain quantum effects to detect small magnetic fields while lamprey is any long slender primitive eel-like freshwater and saltwater fish of the petromyzontidae family, having a sucking mouth with rasping teeth but no jaw.

Salmon vs Lamprey - What's the difference?

salmon | lamprey |


As a proper noun salmon

is .

As a noun lamprey is

any long slender primitive eel-like freshwater and saltwater fish of the petromyzontidae family, having a sucking mouth with rasping teeth but no jaw.

Lamprey vs Tunafish - What's the difference?

lamprey | tunafish |


As nouns the difference between lamprey and tunafish

is that lamprey is any long slender primitive eel-like freshwater and saltwater fish of the petromyzontidae family, having a sucking mouth with rasping teeth but no jaw while tunafish is .

Eel vs Lamprey - What's the difference?

eel | lamprey |


As nouns the difference between eel and lamprey

is that eel is any freshwater or marine fish of the order Anguilliformes, which are elongated and resemble snakes while lamprey is any long slender primitive eel-like freshwater and saltwater fish of the Petromyzontidae family, having a sucking mouth with rasping teeth but no jaw.

As a verb eel

is to fish for eels.

Lancelet vs Lamprey - What's the difference?

lancelet | lamprey |


As nouns the difference between lancelet and lamprey

is that lancelet is any of a group of primitive marine animals, of subphylum Cephalochordata, having a notochord instead of a backbone while lamprey is any long slender primitive eel-like freshwater and saltwater fish of the Petromyzontidae family, having a sucking mouth with rasping teeth but no jaw.

Lamprey vs Cat - What's the difference?

lamprey | cat |


As a noun lamprey

is any long slender primitive eel-like freshwater and saltwater fish of the petromyzontidae family, having a sucking mouth with rasping teeth but no jaw.

As an adverb cat is

how much.

As an adjective cat is

how much.

Lamprey vs Seabass - What's the difference?

lamprey | seabass |


As nouns the difference between lamprey and seabass

is that lamprey is any long slender primitive eel-like freshwater and saltwater fish of the petromyzontidae family, having a sucking mouth with rasping teeth but no jaw while seabass is , used especially in compound terms, see eg european seabass.

Hagfish vs Lamprey - What's the difference?

hagfish | lamprey |


As nouns the difference between hagfish and lamprey

is that hagfish is any of several primitive eellike creatures, of the family myxinidae, having a sucking mouth with rasping teeth; considered edible in japan, their skin is used to make eelskin leather while lamprey is any long slender primitive eel-like freshwater and saltwater fish of the petromyzontidae family, having a sucking mouth with rasping teeth but no jaw.

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