Narcaciontes

Nar·ca·ci·on·tes \närˌkāshēˈän‧ˌtēz\

Definition of Narcaciontes

  1. taxonomic synonym of narcobatoidea

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Origin and Etymology of narcaciontes

New Latin, from plural of Narcacion, genus of electric rays in some classifications, irregular from narc- + Greek akē point + -ōn, present participle ending — more at edge


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