diapsid definition

  • noun:
    • some of numerous reptiles having a skull with two sets of temporal openings and such as the lizards, snakes, crocodiles, dinosaurs, and pterosaurs.
    • any one of lots of reptiles, regarding the subclass Diapsida, that have a couple of openings within the head behind each attention
    • reptile having a couple of openings inside head behind each eye
    • Any of different reptiles having a skull with two pairs of temporal open positions and such as the lizards, snakes, crocodiles, dinosaurs, and pterosaurs.
    • some of very many reptiles, associated with subclass Diapsida, which have a set of spaces in head behind each eye
    • reptile having a pair of openings into the skull behind each eye
  • others:
    • Having two temporal arches just like the members of the reptilian subclass Diapsida.
    • Having two temporal arches like the members of the reptilian subclass Diapsida.

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