Definition of Pseudobranchus
: a genus comprising amphibians closely related to the sirens but with thickened functionless gills and with only three toes on each foot and consisting of a single form (P. striatus) of Georgia and Florida that reaches a length of about 18 inches
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Origin and Etymology of pseudobranchus
New Latin, from pseud- + -branchus -branch
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