Meibomian gland

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Meibomian gland

[mī′bō·mē·ən ′gland]
(anatomy)
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Bubenik (1975) describes encounters with bull caribou interspersed with females in which some bulls were responding with the horseshoe posture, an erect penis and moistening of the tarsal glands.
At this time of year, before does come into heat, buck scents such as tarsal glands will set off a territorial response in any buck that thinks he's the big dog in his woods.
True or False: When a whitetail buck or doe is in rut, or breeding, their tarsal glands will turn white.
Because she was in estrus, I removed her tarsal glands and hung them 30 yards from my stand tree, hoping the glands would draw the big boy.
They rub their tarsal glands or hocks together, urinating on them as well.