What is another word for Subclass Holocephali?

Pronunciation: [sˈʌbklas hˌɒlə͡ʊsfˈɑːli] (IPA)

Subclass Holocephali is a taxonomic group of cartilaginous fish that includes chimaeras, ratfish or rabbitfish. These creatures are known for their unusual physiology and show distinct evolutionary traits that differ from sharks and rays. The Holocephali can be further divided into two orders, the Chimaeriformes and Callorhinchiformes. There are several synonyms used to refer to these creatures, including Rhinochimaeridae, Rhinochimaeroidei, Elasmobranchii Holocephali, and Chondrichthyes Holocephali. Whatever term is used, the Holocephali remain fascinating creatures to study, and their unique characteristics make them an important group to understand in the larger context of marine biology.

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What are the hypernyms for Subclass holocephali?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Related words: subclass, holocephalans, holocephalans subclass, urchin, sea urchin, air breathing holocephalans,

Suggested related words: belonging to the subclass holocephalans, belonging to the holocephalans subclass, belonging to the urchin class, belonging to the sea urchin class; belonging

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