Lamellicornia

plural noun La·mel·li·cor·nia

Definition of Lamellicornia

  1. :  a superfamily or other group of beetles that are distinguished by 5-jointed tarsi and by having three or more of the terminal segments of the antennae expanded into flattened plates which give the antennae a club-shaped appearance and that include the stag beetles, dung beetles, leaf beetles, and related forms — see scarabaeoidea

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Origin and Etymology of lamellicornia

New Latin, from lamell- + Latin -cornia, neuter plural of -cornis -corn


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