Scleroderm

Scler'o·derm noun [ Greek sklhro`s hard + de`rma skin: confer French scléroderme .] (a) (Zoology) One of a tribe of plectognath fishes ( Sclerodermi ) having the skin covered with hard scales, or plates, as the cowfish and the trunkfish. (b) ...
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scleroderm

<marine biology> One of a tribe of plectognath fishes (Sclerodermi) having the skin covered with hard scales, or plates, as the cowfish and the trunkfish. ... <zoology> Hardened, or bony, integument of various animals. ... Origin: Gr. Hard + skin: cf. F. Scleroderme. ... (04 Mar 1998) ...
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Scleroderm

• (n.) One of the Sclerodermata. • (n.) One of a tribe of plectognath fishes (Sclerodermi) having the skin covered with hard scales, or plates, as the cowfish and the trunkfish. • (n.) Hardened, or bony, integument of various animals.
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