polyeidic

adjective
poly·​ei·​dic | \¦pälē¦īdik\

Definition of polyeidic 

: undergoing a series of conspicuous changes in form during development used of insects exhibiting a marked metamorphosis

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Other Words from polyeidic

polyeidism \-​ˌdizəm \ noun, plural -s

History and Etymology for polyeidic

poly- + eid- + -ic

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