sarco-, sarc-, -sarcous, -sarc, -sarcoma, -sarcomatous, -sarcomatoid
(Greek: flesh, meat)
A flesh lizard from Early Jurassic England. Named by U. S. fossil hunter Roy Chapman Andrews (1884-1960) in 1921.
The fleshy portion of an anthozoan (marine organisms; such as, the corals and sea anemones, that have radial segments and grow singly or in colonies) as opposed to the skeletal portion of an animal's body.