fimicolous

[fahy-mik-uh-luh s, fuh-]

Origin of fimicolous

1870–75; < Latin fim(um) dung + -i- + -colous
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British Dictionary definitions for fimicolous

fimicolous

adjective
  1. biology (esp of fungi) growing in or on dung

Word Origin for fimicolous

C19: from Latin fimus dung + colere to inhabit
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