Firmisternia

plural noun Fir·mi·ster·nia

Definition of Firmisternia

in some classifications
:a division of the amphibian suborder Linguata in which in the adult state the epicoracoids of the two sides meet in the median ventral line — compare arcifera

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Origin and Etymology of firmisternia

New Latin, from Latin firmus strong, firm + New Latin sternum + -ia


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