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marsipobranch

/ (ˈmɑːsɪpəʊˌbræŋk) /
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noun, adjective
another word for cyclostome
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Word Origin for marsipobranch

C19: from New Latin Marsipobranchia, from Greek marsipos pouch + branchia gills
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How to use marsipobranch in a sentence

  • If Palæospondylus is not a Marsipobranch, it is quite impossible to refer it to any other existing group of vertebrates.

  • Thus Parker, in his well-known description of the skeleton of the marsipobranch fishes, does not even mention its existence.

    The Origin of Vertebrates|Walter Holbrook Gaskell
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