Limivorous



[lahy-miv-er-uh s] /laɪˈmɪv ər əs/

adjective, Ecology.
1.
of or relating to animals, usually worms or bivalves, that ingest earth or mud to extract the organic matter from it.
/lɪˈmɪvərəs/
adjective
1.
(of certain invertebrate animals) feeding on mud

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