Epizoön

Ep`i·zo'ön noun ; plural Epizoa . [ New Latin , from Greek 'epi` upon + zw^,on animal.] (Zoology) One of the artificial group of invertebrates of various kinds, which live parasitically upon the exterior of other animals; an ectozoön. Among them are ...
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epizoon

epizoon (s), epizoa (pl) 1. An animal organism that lives on the surface of a host animal as a parasite; an ectozoon. 2. A parasitic animal that lives on the exterior of the body of another animal; an external parasite. —Word Info image © Copyright, 2006.
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epizoon

Type: Term Pronunciation: ep-i-zō′on, -zō′ă Definitions: 1. An animal parasite living on the body surface.
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