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.
Origin of cephalothorax
Examples from the Web for cephalothorax
Historical Examples of cephalothorax
The cephalothorax is a little narrower behind than it is in crocata.
The abdomen is a little longer and wider than the cephalothorax (fig. 131).
The top of the cephalothorax between the eyes is nearly square.
The cephalothorax and legs to the end of the tibia are black.
The abdomen is longer than the cephalothorax and as wide or wider.