noun, plural chon·dro·cra·ni·ums, chon·dro·cra·ni·a [kon-droh-krey-nee-uh] /ˌkɒn droʊˈkreɪ ni ə/.
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The mandibles, however, are in part derived from the chondrocranium.
In the sturgeon the chondrocranium is ensheathed by numerous membrane bones, but cartilage bones are absent.
The chondrocranium, jaws, arches, and muscles of a partly grown larva.The Ancestry of Modern Amphibia: A Review of the Evidence|Theodore H. Eaton
Numerous membrane bones cover the chondrocranium externally.
These two conditions result from the inability of the dermal bones to fill at the proper period the gaps in the chondrocranium.