holaspidean

adjective
hol·​as·​pid·​e·​an | \¦häˌla¦spidēən, ¦hōˌ-\

Definition of holaspidean 

: having a single series of large scutes on the posterior side of the tarsus (as in the true larks)

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History and Etymology for holaspidean

hol- + aspid- + -ean

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