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Medusoid

Definition
adjective
Medusa-like; resembling medusa in appearance
Supplement
The term medusoid can be used to refer to showing resemblance to medusa or jellyfish, such as that of the sessile gonophore of hydroids.
Word origin: from medusa
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Mentioned in:

  • gonotheca
  • blastostyle


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