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Marsupium is the Latin word for a (brood) pouch in several animal groups:
- Pouch (marsupial), in marsupials
- Brood pouch (Peracarida), in peracarid crustaceans
- Brood pouch (Syngnathidae), in syngnathids such as sea horses
- Brood pouch (gastropod), a part of the reproductive system of gastropods, a structure in ovoviviparous gastropods, where embryos develop
Marsupium may also refer to:
- Pterocarpus marsupium, or Indian Kino Tree, a deciduous tree native to parts of Asia
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