endite


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endite

[′en‚dīt]
(invertebrate zoology)
One of the appendages on the inner aspect of an arthropod limb.
A ridgelike chewing surface on the inner part of the pedipalpus or maxilla of many arachnids.
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Arthrite well-developed, with four multicuspidate spines and three pinnate setae; with one surface seta; coxal endite, basis, exopod and endopod fused, with two proximal, two subdistal and three distal setae.
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brendae, shows remarkable modifications of the male endites, which each bears two long, narrow projections, one directed laterally and one directed posteriorly (Fig.
1E) Coxal and basal endite with serially developed strong spines and multiple setae; endopod with 2+3 terminal setae
With Incke thats blacke on paper white both morning, noone and eke at night my fate, my life, my death endite (2387-95)
At times Marcolphus's retorts seem to repeat the essence of Solomon's moral counsel, albeit in a demotic style that makes the former seem ponderous and ineffective by contrast (Solomon: 'As a man playeth on a harp he cannot well endite'; Marcolphus: 'So when the hound shitteth he barketh not' (p.
"Youre termes, youre colours, and youre figures, Keep hem in stoor til so be ye endite Heigh style, as whan men to kynges write.
Palaemon adspersus is an omnivorous species of caridean shrimp with a reduced maxilla 2 that lacks the coxal endite (Boas, 1880).
3E): Biramous; protopod two-lobed, coxal endite with eight setae, basal endite with two stout setae and two setae; endopod three-segmented with 3, 2, 5 setae; small exopod with four plumose setae.
2A, B): Ventral edge with four rows of hair-like setae, endite 1 with two thin setulae, setulated on one side of distal half.