stenecious

adjective
ste·ne·cious | \stə̇ˈnēshəs\
variants: or stenoecic \-ēsik \

Definition of stenecious 

: capable of adjusting to or surviving in only a narrow range of environments

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History and Etymology for stenecious

sten- + Greek oikos house, dwelling + English -ious or -ic

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