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polymorphous (adjective), more polymorphous, most polymorphous
Referring to someone, or something, that occurs in many different forms, stages of development, or styles: Honeybees are one example of polymorphous developmental procedures; for example, when the queen bee lays eggs, they are all the same kind of larvae at first and they don't look anything like bees. They will grow into queens or workers depending on the way they are fed.

Many plants and animals have polymorphous forms when they are mature or fully developed.

There are polymorphous shapes and sizes of creatures, or species, that result in different physical structures; and even of all humans, at various developmental periods in their life cycles.

Having various styles, shapes, or characters.
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Pertaining to all forms of life which assume different characteristics, shapes, or styles at different times in their existence. (1)