Semaeostomeae

plural noun
Sem·​ae·​o·​sto·​me·​ae

Definition of Semaeostomeae 

: an order of Scyphozoa comprising jellyfishes that have large mouths with four lips and large tentacles at the margin of the umbrella

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History and Etymology for Semaeostomeae

New Latin, from Greek sēmaia, sēmeia standard, token + New Latin -stomeae (from -stoma)

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