lapidicolous

adjective
lap·​i·​dic·​o·​lous

Definition of lapidicolous 

: living under a stone used especially of an insect

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History and Etymology for lapidicolous

International Scientific Vocabulary lapidi- (from Latin lapid-, lapis) + -colous

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