plural noun
Re·cep·ta·cu·li·da | \rə̇ˌseptəˈkyülədə\

Definition of Receptaculida 

: a class of calcareous fossils of uncertain systematic relations — see receptaculitidae

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History and Etymology for Receptaculida

New Latin, from receptaculum + -ida

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