Ectoprocta

plural noun
Ec·to·proc·ta

Definition of Ectoprocta 

in some classifications

: an order or subclass coextensive with Bryozoa used by those who use Bryozoa as a division of Molluscoidea

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Other Words from Ectoprocta

ectoproctous \¦⸗⸗¦⸗təs \ adjective

History and Etymology for Ectoprocta

New Latin, from ect- + -procta entry 1

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