tracheate

adjective
tra·​che·​ate | \ˈtrā-kē-ˌāt, -ət\
variants: or tracheated \ˈtrā-​kē-​ˌā-​təd \

Definition of tracheate 

: having tracheae as breathing organs

First Known Use of tracheate

1877, in the meaning defined above

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