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palp

[palp]
(invertebrate zoology)
Any of various sensory, usually fleshy appendages near the oral aperture of certain invertebrates.
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a, body dorsal view 9x; b, chelicera ventrolateral view 24x; c, labium, maxillae and sternum ventral view 24x; d, epigyne internal view 60x; e and f, left male palp dorsolateral and ventrolateral views 18x.
The male palp has a slender embolus with a straight tip and a narrow RTA that ends in a tooth-like process (Figs 14, 15).
Brevipalpus yothersi female - ventral view of anal and genital regions (a), spermatheca (b), dorsal seta on palp femorogenu (c), distal part of palpus (d).
puniceus shows simple morphology; it has paired palps and pygidial lobes, but no eyespots, nuchal organs, statocysts, or ciliary rings dorsoanteriorly--an exceptional finding in this group.
The timing at which Bz1 and Bz2 are turned off is critical for specification of the brain and palp fates.
MXP3 obliquely placed on buccal cavity, ischium and merus indistinguishably fused, palp of three articles, joined end to end; carpus larger than propodus and dactylus combined, propodus extending distally, small dactylus distally inserted on ventral margin of propodus.
Nymphs: maxillary palp small 1-segmented with apical seta, galea-lacinia twice the length of the stipes (Fig.
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5 in the journal Cell that the very receptors in the mosquito's maxillary palp that detect carbon dioxide are ones that detect skin odors as well, thus explaining why mosquitoes are attracted to skin odor -- smelly socks, worn clothes, bedding -- even in the absence of CO2.