pleurolophocercous cercaria

pleurolophocercous cercaria

[¦plu̇r·ə¦läf·ə¦sər·kəs sər′kar·ē·ə]
(invertebrate zoology)
A larval digenetic trematode distinguished by a long, powerful tail with a pair of fin folds, a protrusible oral sucker, and pigmented dorsal eyespots.