pantomorphia

pan·to·mor·phi·a

(pan'tō-mōr'fē-ă),
1. The condition of an organism, such as an ameba, that is capable of assuming all shapes.
2. Perfect shapeliness or symmetry.
[panto- + G. morphē, shape]

pantomorphia

(păn″tō-mor′fē-ă) [″ + morphe, form]
1. The state of being symmetrical.
2. Able to assume any shape.