Notommatidae

plural noun No·tom·mat·i·dae \ˌnōtəˈmatəˌdē\

Definition of Notommatidae

  1. :  a large family of rotifers (order Monogononta) including many typical and common forms that usually have a nearly cylindrical body with a slender posterior foot ending in two toes

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Origin and Etymology of notommatidae

New Latin, from Notommata, type genus (from 1not- + Greek ommat-, omma eye) + -idae


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