Anapsid

An anapsid is an amniote whose skull does not have openings near the temples. While `anapsid reptiles` or `anapsida` were traditionally spoken of as if they were a monophyletic group, it has been suggested that several groups of reptiles that had anapsid skulls may be only distantly related. Scientists still debate the exact relationship betwe...
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Anapsid

(pronounced an-AP-sid) Anapsids include the turtles and their extinct kin. They are distinguished by having no holes in the sides of their skulls.
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anapsid

anapsid reptile noun primitive reptile having no opening in the temporal region of the skull; all extinct except turtles
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anapsid

n. A vertebrate distinguished by a skull with no openings in the side behind the eyes, e.g. turtles.
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anapsid

n. A vertebrate distinguished by a skull with no openings in the side behind the eyes, e.g. turtles.
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anapsid

[n] - primitive reptile having no opening in the temporal region of the skull
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