Flosculariidae

plural noun Flos·cu·la·ri·idae \ˌfläskyələˈrīəˌdē\

Definition of Flosculariidae

  1. :  a family of rotifers (order Monogononta) with the male small in size and free-swimming and the adult female larger and tubicolous and usually attached by a stalk derived from the modified foot

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Origin and Etymology of flosculariidae

New Latin, from Floscularia, type genus + -idae


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