Origin of -podaModern Latin (pl.) from Classical Greek pous (gen. podos), foot
Poda is defined as "those having feet" and is used with a notation of the kind or number as the first part of the word.
An example of poda is a decapoda, animals with ten feet such as crayfish, shrimps and lobsters.
- Orders: Stegocephalia, A poda (or Peromela), Caudata (or Urodela), Ecaudata (or Anura).
- Leaf-like appendages of the Phyllo poda as nearer the original form from which the various modifications found in other groups have been derived.
- This arrangement Renfrewshire (these, howis retained in some of the Phyllo ever, may be the toothed poda, but even in that group edges of the mandibles).
- ANC HIsTO PoDA.