plural noun
Hol·​o·​sto·​ma·​ta | \ ˌhälōˈstōmətə, ˌhōl-, -täm-\

Definition of Holostomata

in many classifications
: a suborder of Digenea coextensive with the family Strigeidae

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New Latin, from hol- + -stomata

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