Mucivore

Mu'ci·vore (mū'sĭ*vōr) noun [ Latin mucus slime, mucus + vorare to devour.] (Zoology) An insect which feeds on mucus, or the sap of plants, as certain Diptera, of the tribe Mucivora .
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mucivore

<zoology> An unsect which feeds on mucus, or the sap of plants, as certain Diptera, of the tribe Mucivora. ... Origin: L. Mucus slime, mucus + vorare to devour. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Mucivore

• (n.) An insect which feeds on mucus, or the sap of plants, as certain Diptera, of the tribe Mucivora.
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mucivore

mucivorous, mucivore, mucivory 1. Consuming plant juices or mucilage. 2. Subsisting on mucus; such as, microbes.
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