diadromous


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diadromous

(daɪˈædrəməs)
adj
1. (Botany) botany of or possessing a leaf venation in the shape of a fan
2. (Biology) (of some fishes) migrating between fresh and salt water. See also anadromous, catadromous

di•ad•ro•mous

(daɪˈæd rə məs)

adj.
(of fish) migrating between fresh and salt waters.
[1945–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.diadromous - (used of fish) migratory between fresh and salt waters
anadromous - migrating from the sea to fresh water to spawn
catadromous - migrating from fresh water to the sea to spawn
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