eupotamic

adjective
eu·​potamic | \¦yü+\

Definition of eupotamic 

of aquatic organisms

: thriving in both flowing and still fresh waters — compare autopotamic, tychopotamic

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History and Etymology for eupotamic

eu- + potamic

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