Arcifera

plural noun Ar·cif·era \ärˈsif(ə)rə\

Definition of Arcifera

  1. :  a division of the amphibian suborder Linguata including most of the frogs of the world and characterized by having the epicoracoids of the two sides overlapping each other

arciferal

or

arciferous

\-rəs\ adjective

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Origin and Etymology of arcifera

New Latin, from Latin arci- (from arcus bow) + New Latin -fera (neuter plural of -fer -ferous) — more at arrow


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