medusafish

[ muh-doo-suh-fish, -zuh-, -dyoo- ]
/ məˈdu səˌfɪʃ, -zə-, -ˈdyu- /

noun, plural me·du·sa·fish·es, (especially collectively) me·du·sa·fish.

a stromateid fish, Icichthys lockingtoni, of deep waters off the coast of California, living as a commensal in and about medusas.

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Origin of medusafish

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