Tin·tin·ni·dae | \ tin‧ˈtinəˌdē \
Definition of Tintinnidae
: a large family that comprises loricate oligotrichous typically pelagic ciliates widely distributed in the seas and occasionally found in fresh and brackish water and sometimes made coextensive with a suborder or other major division of Spirotricha
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