anamorphosis

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From Ancient Greek [Term?].

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anamorphosis (plural anamorphoses)

  1. A distorted image of an object that may be viewed correctly from a specific angle or with a specific mirror.
  2. (biology) A form of limited metamorphosis in some arthropods.
  3. (mycology, lichenology) An abnormal form of some lichens or fungi that gives the appearance of a different species.

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