Seymouriamorpha

plural noun Sey·mour·i·a·mor·pha

Definition of Seymouriamorpha

  1. :  an order of Permian Labyrinthodontia comprising generalized forms exhibiting a mixture of amphibian and reptilian characters and possibly on the ancestral line of the true reptiles

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Origin and Etymology of seymouriamorpha

New Latin, from Seymouria, genus of Permian Labyrinthodontia (probably from the name Seymour + New Latin -ia) + -morpha


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