noun, plural ce·rat·o·dus·es.
Origin of ceratodus
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Historical Examples of ceratodus
The living Ceratodus was only discovered in 1870, and was regarded as a marvel of "persistence."Illogical Geology
George McCready Price
Their organization might, in some respect, be like the ceratodus and proloptems; but this is not certain.Was Man Created?
Henry A. Mott
He ought rather to come out in the character of a ceratodus or a labyrinthodon.Falling in Love
In Ceratodus this is effected by an extension of the interauricular shelf into the ventricle.
The Australian mudfish (Ceratodus) is not known to hibernate or aestivate.