Saxicavous

Sax`i┬Ěca'vous adjective [ Latin saxum rock + cavare to make hollow, from cavus hollow: confer French saxicave .] (Zoology) Boring, or hollowing out, rocks; -- said of certain mollusks which live in holes which they burrow in rocks. See Illust. of Lithodom...
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Saxicavous

• (a.) Boring, or hollowing out, rocks; -- said of certain mollusks which live in holes which they burrow in rocks. See Illust. of Lithodomus.
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saxicavous

saxicavous Boring, or hollowing out, rocks; said of certain mollusks which live in holes which they burrow in rocks.
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saxicavous

rock-boring
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