noun, plural ceph·a·lo·tho·rax·es, ceph·a·lo·tho·ra·ces [sef-uh-loh-thawr-uh-seez, -thohr-] /ˌsɛf ə loʊˈθɔr əˌsiz, -ˈθoʊr-/. Zoology.
Related formsceph·a·lo·tho·rac·ic [sef-uh-loh-thuh-ras-ik] /ˌsɛf ə loʊ θəˈræs ɪk/, adjective
Examples from the Web for cephalothorax
The cephalothorax is dark brown, darkest in front, and the legs are a little lighter brown, without markings.
The cephalothorax has a dark brown band along the edge on each side, which is larger and darker in the males.
The cephalothorax is dark brown, with the legs lighter and more yellow.
The abdomen is slightly notched in front and covers the cephalothorax a quarter of its length.
The first legs are about seven times as long as the cephalothorax.