amplexus /amˈplɛksəs/

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I. noun [ mass noun]

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[Zoology] the mating position of frogs and toads, in which the male clasps the female about the back.

pairs of toads in amplexus are easily caught.
– origin 1930s: from Latin, ‘an embrace’.

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