Mecodonta

plural noun
Me·​co·​don·​ta

Definition of Mecodonta

in some classifications
: a primary division of Caudata comprising salamanders having the palatal teeth inserted on the inner margin of the palatine processes in posteriorly diverging longitudinal rows

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New Latin, from mec- + -odonta

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