...but you know all that.
The only exception to the -vorous rule, as far as I know, is that some herbivorous humans (who tend, as you will have noticed, to call themselves vegetarians) eat...well, more or less everything, really.
Will steak be all right?
No, I'm a vegetarian, could I have some chicken?
Not for me, thanks, I'm vegetarian. I'll have the prawn mayonnaise.
Which, of course makes them omnivorous, as well as hypocrites and extremely annoying.
Anyway, limivorous, anyone?
Well, it's one of those words to make us glad to be human.
Yes, someone limivorous feeds on...
I mean, lovely.
Still, it's a useful word for describing some invertebrates:
Earthworms by Petr Kratochvil
Word To Use Today: limivorous. This word comes from the Latin līmus, which means mud and vorāre to swallow up.