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Gymnolaemata also gymnolaemates (noun, plural; Greek gymnos, bare; laimos, throat): Largest class of mainly marine Bryozoa primatively cylindrical, but most commonly flattened and lozenge-shaped, with a circular lophophore and lacking an epistome.