One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A group of reptiles that comprises the lizards.
Suborder Lacertilia (or Sauria), order SquamataAlso called Sauria
- ‘In spite of this suggestion by Moodie, most workers in this field have accepted Moodie's earlier conclusion as definite and maintained that there are no sacral ribs in Lacertilia.’
- ‘Characteristics that distinguish Idaho Lacertilia from the group Serpentes are the presence of four limbs (there are some lizards species elsewhere that lack limbs), visible ear openings, and movable eyelids.’
- ‘The Suborder Lacertilia is well represented in Georgia, with 6 families, 10 genera, and 16 species.’
Modern Latin (plural), from Latin lacerta ‘lizard’.
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