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flabellum

[flə′bel·əm]
(invertebrate zoology)
Any structure resembling a fan, as the epipodite of certain crustacean limbs.
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At this instant, while the Lady Flabella yet inhaled that delicious fragrance by holding the MOUCHOIR to her exquisite, but thoughtfully-chiselled nose, the door of the BOUDOIR (artfully concealed by rich hangings of silken damask, the hue of Italy's firmament) was thrown open, and with noiseless tread two VALETS-DE- CHAMBRE, clad in sumptuous liveries of peach-blossom and gold, advanced into the room followed by a page in BAS DE SOIE--silk stockings--who, while they remained at some distance making the most graceful obeisances, advanced to the feet of his lovely mistress, and dropping on one knee presented, on a golden salver gorgeously chased, a scented BILLET.
The Lady Flabella, with an agitation she could not repress, hastily tore off the ENVELOPE and broke the scented seal.
Stegophylla quercicola (Monell) Stegophylla quercifoliae (Gillette) Stegophylla quercina Quednau Pterocommatinae Fullawaya terricola (Hottes & Frison) Plocamaphis flocculosa Weed Pterocomma bicolor Pterocomma medium Baker Pterocomma populifoliae (Fitch) Pterocomma smithiae Saltusaphidinae Saltusaphidini Iziphya flabella (Sanborn) Iziphya vittata Richards Strenaphis elongate (Baker) Thripsaphidini Allaphis verrucosa (Gillette) Subsaltusaphis virginica (Baker) Thripsaphis ballii (Gillette) TABLE 5.