crossopodia

plural noun cros·so·po·dia \ ˌkräsəˈpōdēə , -rȯs- \

Definition of crossopodia

:sinuous markings on certain sedimentary rocks that are supposed to be trails left by creeping marine animals

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Origin and Etymology of crossopodia

New Latin, from cross- + -podia, plural of -podium


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