polyzoarium

noun poly·zo·ar·i·um
variants: or less commonly polyzoary

Definition of polyzoarium

plural polyzoaria also polyzoaries
:a bryozoan colony or the supporting skeleton of such a colony

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Origin and Etymology of polyzoarium

polyzoarium from New Latin, from Polyzoa + -arium; polyzoary from New Latin Polyzoa + English -ary


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