from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In H. Milne-Edwards's classification, the first branch of animals, or the Vertebrata, divided into two subbranches, allantoidian and anallantoidian, with classes mammals, birds, and reptiles of the first of these subbranehes, and batrachians and fishes of the second. Also Osteozoa.


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