Mutabilia

plural noun Mu·ta·bil·ia \ ˌmyütəˈbilēə , -lyə \

Definition of Mutabilia

1 in former classifications : a suborder of Caudata comprising all salamanders that normally undergo metamorphosis
2 in some classifications : a suborder of Caudata including all true salamanders as opposed to the Proteida and Meantes

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Origin and Etymology of mutabilia

New Latin, from Latin, neuter plural of mutabilis


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