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|etymology=Greek <i>dis</i>, twice; <i>kyklos</i>, circle
 
|etymology=Greek <i>dis</i>, twice; <i>kyklos</i>, circle
|definition=([[Echinodermata]]: Crinoidea) Calyx plates of primitive stalked crinoids that have an additional five infrabasal plates on the aboral side of the basal series found in the monocyclic condition; further plates may be present.
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|definition=([[Echinodermata]]: [[Crinoidea]]) Calyx plates of [[primitive]] stalked [[crinoids]] that have an additional five infra[[basal plates]] on the [[aboral]] [[side]] of the basal [[series]] found in the [[monocyclic]] condition; further plates may be present.
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Latest revision as of 23:37, 13 September 2013

dicyclic (adjective; Greek dis, twice; kyklos, circle): (Echinodermata: Crinoidea) Calyx plates of primitive stalked crinoids that have an additional five infrabasal plates on the aboral side of the basal series found in the monocyclic condition; further plates may be present.