Neotremata

plural noun Ne·o·trema·ta \ˌnēə‧ˈtremətə, -rēm-\

Definition of Neotremata

  1. :  an order of inarticulate brachiopods that have the peduncle restricted throughout life to the ventral valve or atrophied in the adults and are known from the Cambrian to the present

neotremate

noun, plural

-s

neotrematous

adjective

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Origin and Etymology of neotremata

New Latin, from ne- + -tremata


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