Hypermastigida (superclass Mastigophora, class Zoomastigophorea) An order of protozoa which has many flagella. They inhabit the alimentary tracts of cockroaches, woodroaches, and termites, with which they appear to have a mutualistic relationship, the host depending on its flagellate for the digestion of wood.
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