rhomboporoid cryptostome

rhomboporoid cryptostome

[¦räm·bō¦pȯr‚ȯid ′krip·tə‚sōm]
(paleontology)
Any of a group of extinct bryozoans in the order Cryptostomata that built twiglike colonies with zooecia opening out in all directions from the central axis of each branch.
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