epibiont

epibiont 1. Living attached to another organism. 2. Surviving, applied to endemic species that are relics of a former flora or fauna; growing on the exterior of living organisms; living on a surface, as of the sea bottom. An antonym is hypobiotic.
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epibiont

epibiontic, epibiont Living attached to another organism without any connotation of mutualism. Urchins and grazing fishes feed on epibionts of reefs and often scrape off bits of calcium carbonate; resulting in bioerosion.
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Epibiont

An epibiont is an organism that lives on the surface of another living organism. An epibiont is usually considered harmless to the host; in this sense, the relationship between the two organisms can be considered neutralistic or commensalistic. Typical epibionts are barnacles, remoras and algae, all of which live on many larger marine organisms, s
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EPIBIONT

one organism living on another, such as a barnacle attached to a sea turtle
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