Lantern jaw

The Lantern jaw lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 0 - 100 m environment.

Use lantern jaw in a SentenceSee web results for lantern jawSee images of lantern jaw–noun 1. a distinctly protruding, often wide lower jaw. 2. a long, thin jaw. More

* lantern jaw: Definition from lantern jaw n. A lower jaw that protrudes beyond the upper jaw. More

lantern jaw definition lantern jaw 1. a projecting lower jaw 2. More

Lantern jaw: a long thin lower jaw. Source: WordNet 2. More

lantern jaw - a long thin lower jawjawbone, jowl, lower jaw, lower jawbone, mandible, mandibula, mandibular bone, submaxilla - the jaw in vertebrates that is hinged to open the mouth How to thank TFD for its existence? Tell a friend about us, add a More

and a Lantern Jaw Of Justice. * Buzz Lightyear in Toy Story (and the defictionalized Buzz Lightyear Of Star Command) has one of these, replete with "chin swirl. More

Lantern Jaw is also called Class III occlusion ALL the time. 3. The purpose of lantern jaw is to flip out and make it hard for you to chew your food properly. More

Lantern jaw-dropping Visitors to Florence in early September will be able to enjoy as much from the renaissance as at any other time, but there will certainly be a bit more enlightenment. More

lantern jaw definition - medical lan·tern jaw (lănˈtərn) noun 1. A lower jaw that protrudes beyond the upper jaw. 2. A long, thin jaw that gives the face a gaunt appearance. More

his lantern jaw, we can be sure that any surreal and innovative stuff going on at World Cup 2006 is purely accidental. We don't live in the age of avant-capitalism any more. More

Common names

Colulie in Papiamento
Kalala in Papiamento
Lantern jaw in English
Lucjan kaszmirski in Polish (polski)
Mahagony snapper in English
mahogany snapper in English
Mahogni-snapper in Danish (dansk)
Mahogony snapper in English
Mahogony snapper in French (français)
Ojanco in Spanish (español)
Pargo in Spanish (español)
Pargo ojo de gallo in Spanish (español)
Pargo ojón in Spanish (español)
Pargo rosado in Spanish (español)
Rayado de yerba in Spanish (español)
Sama ojúa in Spanish (español)
Sarde in French (français)
Schnapper in German (Deutsch)
Snapper in German (Deutsch)
Spot snapper in English
Vivaneau voyeur in French (français)
馬氏笛鯛 in Mandarin Chinese
马氏笛鲷 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Lutjanidae
Genus : Lutjanus
Species : Lutjanus mahogoni
Authority : Cuvier, 1828