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Synonyms for premolar

a tooth having two cusps or points


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The snout is elongated (the length of the head is about 1/4 of the fork length) with a terminal mouth that has two rows of bicuspid teeth. Adults are a deep olive colour, sometimes almost black, with a whitish throat and belly.
The fossils are unquestionably teiids, based on their wide subpleurodont and predominantly asymmetrically bicuspid teeth that bear a small anteriorly angled secondary cusp on all but the most anterior teeth (Estes and Tihen, 1964; Bell, 1993).
Then is the time to bring the anterior teeth lingually--close all the molar and bicuspid teeth.
gagei had a significantly higher number of bicuspid teeth (Table 1) and longer branchial length, eye length and tail length, whereas I.