lingual plate (a dermal toothed bone covering and sometimes fusing with the basihyal, e.g. in Osteoglossidae. Also called dermentoglossum, supralingual or basihyal dental plate)
the median dermal toothed bone at the anterior of the hyoid series. It covers dorsally the cartilaginous or bony basihyal. See lingual plate. Equivalent to the basihyal of Elasmobranchii

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