Catometopa

plural noun Cat·o·met·o·pa \ ˌkatˈmetəpə \

Definition of Catometopa

in former classifications
:a division of crabs comprising the grapsoid members of Brachyrhyncha

catometope

\-ˈmetˌōp, -eˌtōp\ noun, plural -s

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Origin and Etymology of catometopa

New Latin, from cato- + Latin metopa metope


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