noun plural -lopes (-ləˌpiːz)
Word Origin for stylops
Examples from the Web for stylops
The presence of a Stylops causes derangement in the body of its host, and can be recognized by various external signs.
When the perfect bee emerges in the following spring, it bears the full-grown Stylops, protruding from the rings of its abdomen.
Seek now on the abdomen of various wild bees, such as Andrena, for that most eccentric of all our insects, the Stylops Childreni.
The Stylops, being hatched while still in the body of the parent, is, therefore viviparous.
The early stages of this beetle have much affinity with those of the Stylops.