dactylopore

noun
dac·tyl·o·pore | \dakˈtiləˌpō(ə)r, ˈdaktəl-\

Definition of dactylopore 

: one of the pores in hydrozoan corals through which in life the dactylozooids protrude

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History and Etymology for dactylopore

International Scientific Vocabulary dactyl- + pore

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