Tetrarhynchidea

Tet·ra·rhyn·chid·ea \ˌte‧trə(ˌ)riŋˈkidēə\
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Tetrarhynchoidea

\-ˈkȯidēə\

Definition of Tetrarhynchidea

  1. taxonomic synonym of trypanorhyncha

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Origin and Etymology of tetrarhynchidea

New Latin, from Tetrarhynchus, genus of tapeworms (from tetra- + -rhynchus) + -idea or -oidea


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