cirral fan
(Subclass Cirripedia):
() [Anderson, 1980].
Lepas anatifera: cirrus V; cirrus I, and extended cirral fan. [Anderson, 1980]
(Subclass Cirripedia):
() [Anderson, 1980].
Balanus trigonus: cirri V, III, II, and I, and extended cirral fan. [Anderson, 1980]

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  • exopod — See: exopodite [Martin, 2005]. ( ) [Holthuis, 1993]. Schematic drawing of a thoracic leg. [Holthuis, 1993] Lateral of two rami arising from the protopod and constituting the biramous limb [Brusca and Brusca, 2002]. Lateral ramus of a biramus… …   Crustacea glossary

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  • protopod — Peduncle of an appendage; in unmodified form, consisting of one coxal and one basal article. (Syn. protopodite) [Williams, 1984]. Proximal portion of limb, consisting of precoxa, coxa, and basis, fused together in some forms; its distal edge… …   Crustacea glossary

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