noun, plural sal·pas, sal·pae [sal-pee] /ˈsæl pi/.
Origin of salpa
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Historical Examples of salpa
In order to move itself, the Salpa has recourse to a singular artifice.The Ocean World:
The stolon, like that in Salpa, contains a prolongation of the branchial sack.The Works of Francis Maitland Balfour, Volume III (of 4)
Francis Maitland Balfour
Perhaps Salpa is the nearest animal, although the transparency of the body is nearly the only character they have in common.More Letters of Charles Darwin
Secondly, a Salpa, of the class which lives apart and has fine long fibres projecting from the hinder part of the body.
Lastly, we had the good fortune to procure a specimen of an animal which appears to form a link between the Salpa and Pyrosoma.