Synonyms for striders or Related words with striders

gerridae              chironectes              copperbelly              physignathus              chimarrogale              rakali              fluvicola              nepidae              halobates              hamford              breydon              corixidae              arvicola              mudskippers              hyemoschus              hydropotes              nerodia              chevrotain              spinoletta              trumans              naiads              ochthornis              yapok              devoke              bubalis              leptomys              bubalus              snakebirds              buffalos              piranhas              crummock              predaceous              bluegills              badgworthy              starwort              dropworts              cladocera              hydromys              treadin              sipedon              nengeta              argyroneta              backswimmers              bougets              bythotrephes              brychius              starworts              paludinosus              eulamprus              paraleptomys             



Examples of "striders"
At the 1978 Sun Devil Relays, USC Trojans set a 4 × 200 m world record (1m 20.26s) despite losing to the Tobias Striders: the Striders' mark (1m 20.23s) was ineligible as a record because the team was of mixed nationality: Guy Abrahams (Panama), Michael Simmons (USA), Don Quarrie (Jamaica), and James Gilkes (Guyana). By 1980 Tobias Striders had absorbed Angel's Flight Striders and resumed the name SoCal Striders.
The club hosts an annual meet, the Southern California Striders Meet of Champions.
Gerris is a bug genus in the family Gerridae (water striders).
Veliidae is a family of predatory insects in the suborder Heteroptera. They are commonly known as riffle bugs, smaller water striders or broad-shouldered water striders because the segment immediately behind the head is wider than the rest of the abdomen, unlike in the typical water striders (Gerridae), close relatives which are also in superfamily Gerroidea. Unlike some Gerridae, riffle bugs are small, typically about 4.5 mm in length.
The Southern California Striders (also SoCal Striders or SC Striders) is a track and field athletics club based in Los Angeles, California. From its foundation in 1955 through the 1980s it was an elite club producing numerous national and Olympic champions. For a time in the 1970s it was called the Tobias Striders for sponsorship reasons. From the 1990s to 2006 the club was restricted to masters athletics and still produces national champions in older age classes. After 2006 it became a nonprofit open to all ages.
The Manchester-based Silk City Striders running club hosts the Summer Grand Prix
The Striders of Fharlanghn are a neutrally-aligned organization dedicated to the destruction of the Cagewrights.
There is an annual 6.2 mile (10 km) road race each May sponsored by the Central Mass Striders.
A set was designed that would have featured new vehicles (notably tanks and Striders), but it was never published.
Pwllheli is home to association football team Pwllheli F.C., rugby union team Pwllheli RFC and Running Club Llŷn Striders.
Infant water striders' legs move at speeds much less than this and, according to this physical picture, cannot move.
Hobo Day 5k The morning of Hobo Day, there is a 5k sponsored by the local running group, Prairie Striders.
After college, Pete Shmock competed with the Southern California Striders (also known as the Tobias Striders) in the Amateur Athletic Union (AAU). He ranked among the top six shot putters in the AAU and the U.S. Nationals from 1974 to 1980.
Water striders are able to walk on top of water due to a combination of several factors. Water striders use the high surface tension of water and long, hydrophobic legs to help them stay above water. Water molecules are polar and this causes them to attract to each other.
Amherst is home to a popular running club known as the 'Amherst Striders' that are recognized at almost every race in the Maritimes. Amherst Striders meet 3 to 4 times a week, do not charge any membership fees and open to anyone interested in running and living a healthy lifestyle.
According to biophysicist David L. Hu, there are at least 342 species of water striders. As striders increase in size, their legs become proportionately longer, with "Gigantometra gigas" having a length of over 20 cm requiring a surface tension force of about 40 millinewtons.
The Gerridae are a family of insects in the order Hemiptera, commonly known as water striders, water bugs, pond skaters, water skippers, or jesus bugs. Consistent with the classification of the Gerridae as true bugs ("i.e.," suborder Heteroptera), gerrids have mouthparts evolved for piercing and sucking, and distinguish themselves by having the unique ability to walk on water. Gerridae, or water striders, are anatomically built to transfer their weight to be able to run on top of the water's surface. As a result, one could likely find water striders present in any pond, river, or lake. Scientists have identified over 1,700 species of gerrids, 10% of them being marine.
Tachygerrini is a tribe of water striders. In addition to the two extant genera, "Eurygerris" and "Tachygerris", Andersen included the extinct genus "Eurygerris" within the Tachygerrini.
Some species of storm petrel actively feed on "Halobates", sometimes splashing the water with their feet to attract or detect sea striders.
The school band is named "STF BAND", while the hockey team is "STRIDERS" and the school basketball team is called "DYNAMITES".