Ophidia

Definition of Ophidia

O`phid´i`a
prop. n. p1.(Zool.) The suborder of reptiles which includes the serpents; called also Serpentes.

Related Words

animal order, Boidae, Colubridae, Crotalidae, Elapidae, family Boidae, family Colubridae, family Crotalidae, family Elapidae, family Hydrophidae, family Leptotyphlopidae, family Typhlopidae, family Viperidae, Hydrophidae, Leptotyphlopidae, ophidian, order Squamata, serpent, Serpentes, snake, Squamata, suborder Ophidia, suborder Serpentes, Typhlopidae, Viperidae
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