ophidians

[ oh-fid-ee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF ophidians

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To describe the caduceus is to describe the love mechanism of ophidians.

Lizards and Ophidians both have this part of the brain somewhat pear-shaped, pointed in front, and elongated.

The two halves of the lower jaw in Ophidians, namely, are not united by a bony symphysis, but by an elastic ligament.

Hitherto, the following six species of Ophidians have been found in the Solomon Group.

The form of the vertebræ in the ophidians renders such a movement impossible.