Difference between revisions of "adultoid"

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|etymology=Latin <i>adultus</i>, grown up; Greek <i>eidos</i>, shape
 
|etymology=Latin <i>adultus</i>, grown up; Greek <i>eidos</i>, shape
|definition=([[Arthropoda]]: [[Insecta]]) A nymph having imaginal characters more developed than in the normal nymphs.
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|definition=([[Arthropoda]]: [[Insecta]]) A [[nymph]] having [[imaginal]] characters more developed than in the normal nymphs.
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Latest revision as of 00:36, 14 September 2013

adultoid (adjective; Latin adultus, grown up; Greek eidos, shape): (Arthropoda: Insecta) A nymph having imaginal characters more developed than in the normal nymphs.