autostylic jaw suspension

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A type of jaw suspension seen in the lungfish (see Dipnoi) and tetrapods, in which the upper jaw is connected directly to the cranium (see illustration). Compare amphistylic jaw suspension; hyostylic jaw suspension.

Autostylic jaw suspension

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