rupicolous

[ roo-pik-uh-luhs ]
/ ruˈpɪk ə ləs /

adjective

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Origin of rupicolous

1855–60; <Latin rūp(ēs) crag + -i- + -colous
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British Dictionary definitions for rupicolous

rupicolous
/ (ruːˈpɪkələs) /

adjective

biology living or growing on or among rocks

Word Origin for rupicolous

C19: from Latin rūp (ēs) crag + -i- + -colous
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