Procoela

plural noun Pro·coe·la \prōˈsēlə\

Definition of Procoela

  1. :  a suborder of Salientia that includes Bufonidae, Hylidae, and some families of extinct amphibians and that comprises frogs and toads with vertebrae uniformly concave in front and with sacral vertebrae united with the urostyle by a double condyle

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Origin and Etymology of procoela

New Latin, from 1pro- + -coela, neuter plural of -coelus -coelous


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