[ ˈɛktəpɹˌɒktə], [ ˈɛktəpɹˌɒktə], [ ˈɛ_k_t_ə_p_ɹ_ˌɒ_k_t_ə]
How to use "Ectoprocta" in context?
The ectoprocta, or cone-headed fly, is a bizarre insect found in parts of the world with warm, tropical climates. The ectoprocta is the only known species of cone-headed fly. The ectoprocta is a small, black fly with a cone-like head. The head is covered in short, black hair, and is surrounded by a broad disk of fleshy skin. The ectoprocta has delicate, pointed wings, and a long, slender tail. The ectoprocta is a predator that feeds on other insects.
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