noun, plural nau·pli·i [naw-plee-ahy] /ˈnɔ pliˌaɪ/.
Origin of nauplius
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Historical Examples of nauplius
The young barnacle, called a nauplius, in no way resembles the adult.The Sea-beach at Ebb-tide
Augusta Foote Arnold
And after him Erginus and Nauplius and Euphemus started up, eager to steer.The Argonautica
It is evident that the Leptus fundamentally differs from the Nauplius and begins life on a higher plane.Our Common Insects
Alpheus Spring Packard
A different name even is given to it by the biologist, who knows it at this period as a Nauplius.
But instead of rising to its opportunities, the sacculine Nauplius having reached a certain point turned back.