(of organisms) living in dung
stercoroma ster·co·ro·ma (stûr’kə-rō’mə) n. See coproma.
noun 1. any of various tropical trees of the genus Sterculia, of which some species are grown as ornamentals and some are the source of commercially valuable wood. noun 1. a dietary fibre used as a food stabilizer and denture adhesive. It is the dried gum tapped from the trunk and stems of the tree […]
/stɜːˌkjuːlɪˈeɪʃəs/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or belonging to the Sterculiaceae, a chiefly tropical family of plants that includes cacao and cola
noun 1. karaya gum.