deuterostome

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deuterostome (noun; Greek deuteros, second; stoma, mouth): True coelomates with radial cleavage of the egg, the blastopore becoming the anus, the coelom formed by enterocoely, including Echinodermata, Chaetognatha, Hemicordata and Chordata

See also: protostome.