Superorder



noun, Biology.
1.
a category of related orders within a class or subclass.
noun
1.
(biology) a taxonomic group that is a subdivision of a subclass
superorder
(s’pər-ôr’dər)
A taxonomic category of related organisms ranking below a class or subclass and containing one or more orders.

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