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(ah-kar -di' -ak-us) [see Acardia].

A synonym employed by German writers for omphalosite. A. acephalus, one in which the head is wanting, the thorax rudimentary, the pelvis and contiguous parts perfectly formed. A. amorphus, a shapeless lump with only rudiments of organs.

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