eustomatous

adjective
eu·stom·a·tous | \ (ˈ)yü¦stämətəs , -tōm- \

Definition of eustomatous 

: having a distinct and well-developed mouth used especially of ciliates and larval nematodes

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History and Etymology for eustomatous

probably from (assumed) New Latin eustomatus, from New Latin eu- + -stomatus -stomatous

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