Sepiophora

plural noun
Se·​pi·​oph·​o·​ra | \ˌsēpēˈäpərə\

Definition of Sepiophora 

in some classifications

: a suborder of Decapoda coextensive with the family Sepiidae and comprising the cuttlefishes

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History and Etymology for Sepiophora

New Latin, from Sepia + -o- + -phora

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