- a lungfish of either of two genera, Ceratodus or Neoceratodus, having hornlike ridges on the teeth.
Origin of ceratodus
Examples from the Web for ceratodus
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.
- any of various extinct lungfish constituting the genus Ceratodus, common in Cretaceous and Triassic timesCompare barramunda