actinotrocha

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actinotrocha also actinotroch (noun; Greek aktis, ray; trochos, wheel): (Phoronida) A free-swimming, elongate, ciliated larva of the phylum Phoronida, bearing tentacles attached to a girdle immediately posterior to the preoral lobe.