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n. pl. meg·a·ceph·a·lies

meg′a·ce·phal′ic (-sə-făl′ĭk), meg′a·ceph′a·lous (-sĕf′ə-lĕs) adj.


a. megacefálico-a. V.: macrocephalia.
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Hybridization of two megacephalic Map Turtles (Testudines: Emydidae: Graptemys) in the Choctawhatchee River drainage of Alabama and Florida.
Megacephalic individuals of either sex of species 18 are unknown (DBW, pers.
Female Graptemys segregate into micro-, meso-, and megacephalic groups (essentially narrow-headed, moderately broad-headed, and extremely broad-headed) that differ according to the degree to which they depend on bivalve and gastropod mollusks in the diet (reviewed in Lindeman, 2000a, 2013).