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telson

[′tel·sən]
(invertebrate zoology)
The postabdominal segment in lobsters, amphipods, and certain other invertebrates.
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Having successfully completed technical, financial and commercial due diligence on Telson and its mining projects, an international lending banking institution has granted conditional approval to the credit facility outlined below.
One full warrant will be exercisable for 48 months from date of closing at an Exercise Price equal to a 22.5% premium on the lesser of a) the 20 VWAP as quoted on the TSXV as of the date of the Closing date or b) C$0.34, the closing price of Telson as of April 26, 2019, the date of initial mandate entered into by the parties.
To demonstrate the usefulness of COI barcodes, we identified lepetodrilids found attached to the telsons of bythograeid crabs from two distant localities (Fig.
hentzi is made up of tissues likely to have no more than minor involvement in running: the opisthosoma, telson and chelapeds.
The animals remained buried in the sandy sediment; only the tips of the telsons protruded above the surface.
(2004b), the period between eyestalk ablation and the first maturation of females with intact telsons was only 6 days, and the similar values of GSI and HS1 might be attributed to the relatively short period of time.
The period between eyestalk ablation and the first maturation of the females with intact telsons was only 5 days, and the relatively short period of time might account for the similar values of GSI and HSI.