Condylura

noun Con·dy·lu·ra \ˌkändəˈlu̇rə\

Definition of Condylura

  1. :  a genus of moles having 44 small teeth and a muzzle like a snout that terminates in a fringe of cartilaginous or fleshy processes and comprising the star-nosed moles

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Origin and Etymology of condylura

New Latin, from condyl- + -ura


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