Definition of Squamate. Meaning of Squamate. Synonyms of Squamate

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Definition of Squamate

Squamate
Squamate Squa"mate, Squamated Squa"ma*ted, a. [L. squamatus.] Same as Squamose.

Meaning of Squamate from wikipedia

- snakes and amphisbaenians (worm lizards), which are collectively known as squamates or scaled reptiles. With over 10,000 species, it is also the second-largest...
- hemi**** (plural hemipenes) is one of a pair of intromittent organs of male squamates (snakes, lizards and worm lizards). Hemipenes are usually held inverted...
- Lizards are a widespread group of squamate reptiles, with over 6,000 species, ranging across all continents except Antarctica, as well as most oceanic...
- for "those who bear toxins") is a proposed clade of scaled reptiles (squamates) that includes the Serpentes (snakes), Anguimorpha (monitor lizards, gila...
- The squamate antbird (Myrmoderus squamosus) is a species of bird in the family Thamnophilidae. It is endemic to Brazil. Its natural habitats are subtropical...
- the fundus of the bladder. This structure is seen in some mammalian and squamate species and is sometimes tortuous in shape. Anatomy photo:44:04-0201 at...
- and mammals, and opposed to Acrodont and Pleurodont dentition seen in Squamate reptiles. This morphology was once used as a basis for the now-defunct...
- Gekkota is an infraorder of squamate reptiles in the suborder Scleroglossa, comprising all geckos and the limbless "snake-lizards" of family Pygopodidae...
- tyrannosaurids, and abelisaurids, along with many Crocodyliformes, and squamates (e.g. mosasaurids). Modern non-avian reptiles inhabit all the continents...
- Iguania is an infraorder of squamate reptiles that includes iguanas, chameleons, agamids, and New World lizards like anoles and phrynosomatids. Using morphological...
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