Trematosaurus

noun
Trem·a·to·sau·rus | \ˌtremətəˈsȯrəs\

Definition of Trematosaurus 

: a genus of large labyrinthodont amphibians (order Stereospondyli) from the Triassic rocks of Germany having an elongated triangular roughly sculptured skull

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History and Etymology for Trematosaurus

New Latin, from Greek trēmat-, trēma hole + New Latin -saurus

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