rheophile\ˈrēəˌfīl\ less commonly
Definition of rheophilic
: preferring or living in flowing water rheophilic fauna
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Origin and Etymology of rheophilic
International Scientific Vocabulary rheo- + -philic, -phile, -phil, -philous
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