radicola

noun
ra·dic·o·la | \ rəˈdikələ , raˈ- , rāˈ- \
plural radicolae\-ˌlē, -ˌlī \

Definition of radicola 

: the stage or an individual of a phylloxeran that attacks roots

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History and Etymology for radicola

New Latin, from Latin radic-, radix root + New Latin -cola

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