Rutiodon

noun Rut·i·o·don \ ˈrətēəˌdän \

Definition of Rutiodon

:a genus of subaquatic Triassic reptiles (order Thecodontia) with very elongate narrow skull and four or more rows of dermal scutes

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Origin and Etymology of rutiodon

New Latin, irregular from Greek rhytis wrinkle + New Latin -odon


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