acanthodian /əˌkanˈθəʊdɪən/

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I. noun

a small spiny-finned fossil fish of a group found chiefly in the Devonian period.

●Class (or subclass) Acanthodii.
– origin mid 19th cent.: from modern Latin Acanthodii (from acantho-) + -an.

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