Belemnoid

A group of extinct cephalopod molluscs with an elongate, tapering body and an internal shell. They probably looked rather like squid or cuttle fish. The rear part of the bullet-shaped, cylindrical shell is known as the rostrum and has a conical cavity in the wide end into which fits a small conical structure called the phragmacone. This is divided ...
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belemnoid

Dart-shaped. ... Origin: G. Belemnon, a dart, + eidos, resemblance ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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belemnoid

(bә-lem┬┤noid) dart-shaped. the styloid process.
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belemnoid

member of an extinct group of cephalopods, animals related to the modern squid and octopus but possessing a large internal shell, that first appeared ... [1 related articles]
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belemnoid

Type: Term Pronunciation: be-lem′noyd Definitions: 1. Dart-shaped.
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belemnoid

shaped like a dart
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