Word of the Week: XYLOPHAGOUS

By on February 16, 2011

Xylophagous comes from Greek Xulon meaning “wood” and and Phagein “to eat”. It pertains to animals that feed on wood. In a game a Druid or Ranger would be able to identify a variety of Xylophagous animals. Most xylophagous creatures are creepy crawlys like termites and bark beetles and can pertain to mollusks, crustaceans or

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Word of the Week: XYLOPHAGOUS

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