plural noun Con·u·la·ri·i·da \ˌkänələˈrīədə, -nyələˈ-\

Definition of Conulariida

  1. :  a phylum or other group of extinct invertebrate animals of uncertain relationships known from pyramidal usually 4-sided chitinophosphatic tests widely distributed in Devonian, Pennsylvanian, and Permian rocks

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Origin and Etymology of conulariida

New Latin, from Conularia + -ida

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a trip made at another's expense

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