acaudal

[ey-kawd-l]
adjective Zoology.
Also, acaudate [ey-kaw-deyt] .


Origin:
1855–60; a-6 + caudal

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acaudal or acaudate (eɪˈkɔːdəl)
 
adj
zoology having no tail
 
acaudate or acaudate
 
adj

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One or two pairs of lateral fins, in the latter case called anterior fins and posterior fins, and acaudal fin are always present.
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