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|etymology=Greek <i>agrios</i>, wild; <i>typos</i>, type; Latin <i>forma</i>, shape
 
|etymology=Greek <i>agrios</i>, wild; <i>typos</i>, type; Latin <i>forma</i>, shape
|definition=([[Arthropoda]]: [[Insecta]]) In Hymenoptera, referring to the peculiar form of larval Agriotypidae, with the first instar having a heavily sclerotized, mandibulate head, rows of spiniform setae on the succeeding segments, and a slender, bifurcate caudal appendage.
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|definition=([[Arthropoda]]: [[Insecta]]) In Hymenoptera, referring to the peculiar form of [[larval]] Agriotypidae, with the first [[instar]] having a heavily [[sclerotized]], [[mandibulate]] [[head]], rows of [[spiniform]] setae on the succeeding segments, and a slender, [[bifurcate]] [[caudal appendage]].
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agriotypiform (adjective; Greek agrios, wild; typos, type; Latin forma, shape): (Arthropoda: Insecta) In Hymenoptera, referring to the peculiar form of larval Agriotypidae, with the first instar having a heavily sclerotized, mandibulate head, rows of spiniform setae on the succeeding segments, and a slender, bifurcate caudal appendage.