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nau•pli•us



Pronunciation: (nô'plē-us), [key]
n.,
pl. -pli•iPronunciation: (-plē-ī"). [key]

(in many crustaceans) a larval form with three pairs of appendages and a single median eye, occurring usually as the first stage of development after leaving the egg.

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