epiphragm


ep·i·phragm

noun \ˈe-pə-ˌfram\

Definition of EPIPHRAGM

:  a closing membrane or septum (as of a snail shell or a moss capsule)

Origin of EPIPHRAGM

Greek epiphragma covering
First Known Use: circa 1854

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