plural noun
En·​to·​proc·​ta | \ ˌentəˈpräktə\

Definition of Entoprocta

: a phylum of pseudocoelomate animals resembling the Bryozoa but lacking a true coelom and having the anus adjacent to the mouth

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Other Words from Entoprocta

entoproctous \ ¦⸗⸗¦präktəs \ adjective

History and Etymology for Entoprocta

New Latin, from ent- + -procta

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