Discophora

Dis·coph'o·ra noun plural [ New Latin , from Greek ... disk + ... to bear.] (Zoology) A division of acalephs or jellyfishes, including most of the large disklike species. -- Dis*coph'o*rous adjective
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Discophora

• (n. pl.) A division of acalephs or jellyfishes, including most of the large disklike species.
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Discophora

[butterfly] Discophora, commonly known as the Duffers is a genus of butterflies in the Nymphalidae family. ...
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Discophora

[plant] Discophora montana {au|R.A.Howard} }} Discophora is a genus of trees in the family Stemonuraceae. There are two species, Discophora guianensis and Discophora montana. The plants occur in the Neotropics. ...
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Discophora

Discophora is a scientific name for several groups of organisms: ...
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