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longicaudal

[ lon-ji-kawd-l ]
/ ˌlɒn dʒɪˈkɔd l /
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adjective
having a long tail; macrutous.
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Also lon·gi·cau·date [lon-ji-kaw-deyt]. /ˌlɒn dʒɪˈkɔ deɪt/.

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