Acrocarpi

plural noun Ac·ro·car·pi \ˌa-krə-ˈkär-ˌpī\

Definition of Acrocarpi

  1. :  an artificial group of mosses comprising acrocarpous forms (as most members of the orders Dicranales, Pottiales, and Eubryales) — compare pleurocarpi

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Origin and Etymology of acrocarpi

New Latin, from Greek akrokarpoi, plural of akrokarpos


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