planarian

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From New Latin planaria (from Late Latin planarius ‎(lying on a plane), from Latin planum) +‎ -an

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planarian ‎(plural planarians)

  1. Any of various flatworms of the order Tricladida living in marine, freshwater, or terrestrial environments.

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