plural noun
Ep·​i·​mor·​pha | \ ˌepəˈmȯrfə\

Definition of Epimorpha

: a division of centipedes commonly considered a subclass, comprising forms having 21 or more leg-bearing segments and young born with the adult number of legs — compare anamorpha

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History and Etymology for Epimorpha

New Latin, from epi- + -morpha

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