namblyrhynchusA genus of iguanid lizards characteristic of the Galapagos islands: so called from the very blunt snout. There are two remarkable species, a marine one, A. cristatus, with compressed tail and partially webbed toes, and A. demarli, a land-lizard, with cylindric tail and un webbed toes.
namblyrhynchusIn ornithology: A genus of South American Icteridæ, or blackbirds.
namblyrhynchusA genus of phalaropes.
These two species of Amblyrhynchus agree, as I have already stated, in their general structure, and in many of their habits.
"A Naturalist's Voyage Round the World" by Charles Darwin