Microdrili

plural noun Mi·cro·dri·li

Definition of Microdrili

in some classifications

  1. :  a group of Oligochaeta that comprises slender elongated predominantly aquatic worms lacking a capillary network on the nephridium and that is nearly coextensive with Archioligochaeta — compare megadrili

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Origin and Etymology of microdrili

New Latin, from micr- + -drili (from Greek drilos earthworm)


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