- setal row
- Row of regularly spaced plumose setae, attached in pits on carapace and some limbs (Thalassinidea) [Poore, 2004].(Order Cumacea):In mandible, row of spine-like projections between molar process and lacinia mobilis (or between molar and incisor processes when lacinia mobilis is absent). (Syn. spine row) [Stachowitsch, 1992].(Order Amphipoda):Row of spine-like projections between molar process and lacinia mobilis on each mandible [Stachowitsch, 1992].(Order Isopoda):Row of setae between lacinia mobilis and molar process on mandible [Stachowitsch, 1992].
Crustacea glossary. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. 2011.
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mandibular spine row — A row of spine on the medial side of the mandible s incisor process. The lacinia mobilis on the left mandible is actually an enlarged member of the spine row [Wilson, 1989]. (Order Tanaidacea): In mandible, row of spine like projections between… … Crustacea glossary
lacinia mobilis — An enlarged, nearly articulated spine of the mandible s spine row that is adjacent to the incisor process. It is found only on the left mandible. On the right mandible, it is replaced by a large spine similar in shape to the more posterior… … Crustacea glossary