stenobathic

stenobathic

[sten-uh-bath-ik]
adjective Ecology.
of or pertaining to marine or freshwater life that can tolerate only limited changes in depth (opposed to eurybathic ).

Origin:
1900–05; steno- + Greek báth(os) depth (see batho-) + -ic

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