chelonian

[ ki-loh-nee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF chelonian
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Say saw one on a chelonian, and others on tritons and frogs.

Among Chelonian reptiles that region of the brain is more remarkable for height.

The eighth group is assigned by President Hitchcock to the Chelonian or turtle tribe.

The Scotch footsteps are situated in the old red sandstone, and are those of a Chelonian.

The Chelonian tracks are two in number: the longest measures four feet ten inches; the shorter, two feet nine inches.

The primitive form of the liver is symmetrically bilobed, a type which is seen well in the chelonian organ (Fig. 238).

However, this is not the most general use to which the chelonian eggs are put in the provinces of Amazones and Para.

Also the upper half of the immovable case in which the body of a Chelonian is protected.

How to dissect a Chelonian (red-bellied slider terrapin);    Part 2.

Flukes are likewise tolerably abundant in the saurian and chelonian reptiles.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR CHELONIAN

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