Taenioglossa

plural noun
Tae·​nio·​glos·​sa | \ˌtenēəˈgläsə, -lȯsə\

Definition of Taenioglossa 

: a large suborder of Pectinibranchia comprising marine and freshwater gastropod mollusks in which the odontophore is long and narrow and usually bears seven teeth in each transverse row — compare heteropoda, platypoda

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Other Words from Taenioglossa

taenioglossate \ -​sə̇t, -​ˌsāt \ adjective or noun

History and Etymology for Taenioglossa

New Latin, from taen- + -glossa

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