etheria

\\ə̇ˈthirēə, ēˈ-, eˈ-, -thēr-\ noun
Usage: capitalized
Etymology: New Latin, from Latin aetheria, feminine of aetherius ethereal — more at ethereal
: a genus (the type of the family Etheriidae) of freshwater lamellibranch mollusks of Africa and Madagascar that attach themselves by one valve to rocks in deep water

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