adjective ep·i·mor·phic \¦epə¦mȯrfik\

Definition of epimorphic

  1. :  having the same form (as the same number of body segments) in successive stages of growth —used of insects and other arthropods undergoing incomplete metamorphosis

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Origin and Etymology of epimorphic

epi- + -morphic

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