Caloneurodea

plural noun Cal·o·neu·ro·dea \ ˌkalōn(y)üˈrōdēə \

Definition of Caloneurodea

:a small order of neopterous insects with two similar pairs of wings and with legs adapted for running that appeared in the Upper Pennsylvanian and became extinct after the Permian

caloneurodean

\-dēən\ noun, plural -s

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Origin and Etymology of caloneurodea

New Latin, from calo- + neur- + -odea (alteration of -oidea)


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