Dictyonina

plural noun
Dic·​ty·​o·​ni·​na | \ -əˈnīnə\

Definition of Dictyonina

in some classifications
: an order of Hyalospongiae comprising those members of the Hexasterophora with hexactine spicules fused into a rigid network

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Other Words from Dictyonina

dictyonine \ ˈ⸗⸗əˌnīn \ adjective or noun

History and Etymology for Dictyonina

New Latin, from Greek diktyon net + New Latin -ina

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