Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Swimming in the ocean at one stage of life and passing the rest of life vagrant or sessile on the sea-bottom, as part of the diatoms and Oscellaria, the planktonic fucoids, the metagenetic medusæ, some Turbellaria and annelids, the pelagic larvæ of hydroids and corals, and many helminths, echinoderms, Acalepha, and gastropods.
- adj. Of or pertaining to meroplankton
- mero- + planktonic (Wiktionary)
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