A cephalopod having two gills; a member of the Dibranchiata.(noun)
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Use "dibranch" in a sentence
"Now the four-gilled kinds (judging from the only existing form, the nautilus) had the auditory organ in a very inferior condition of development to what we find in the dibranch; thus we have not only evidence of the independent high development of the organ in the former, but also evidence pointing towards a certain degree of comparative rapidity in its development."
"Thus it is probable that some four-gilled form was the progenitor of the dibranch cephalopods."