pantopelagian (1) is applied to birds that dart into the stormy sea as a stormy petrel or albatross does; (2) frequenting or inhabiting the open seas (OED).
Pantopelagianus: (all; the sea). Ornithology. Applied by Fleurien to birds that dart into the stormy sea, as the petrel and albatross. > Fch. pantopelanien, adjective.
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Pantopelagian: frequenting all seas, or the whole sea; applied by Fleurien to such birds as the albatross and the stormy petrel.