Pedigerous
Pedigerous Pe*dig"er*ous, a. [Pedi- + -gerous.] (Zo["o]l.) Bearing or having feet or legs. [1913 Webster]

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  • pedigerous — pə̇ˈdijərəs adjective Etymology: ped (I) + gerous : having feet : footed the three pedigerous segments of the adult insect …   Useful english dictionary

  • pedigerous — adj. [L. pes, foot; gerare, to carry] Bearing footlike appendages …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • pedigerous — Bearing footlike appendages [McLaughlin, 1980]. (Subclass Copepoda): With reference to the swimming legs; used of somites bearing swimming legs [Boxshall and Halsey, 2004] …   Crustacea glossary

  • pedigerous — having or bearing feet Bearing and Carrying …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • pedigerous — pe·dig·er·ous …   English syllables

  • cephalothorax — A fused dorsal covering resulting when the carapace extends dorsally and laterally and/or posteriorly and fuses dorsally with one or more thoracic segments [Brusca and Brusca, 2002]. All fused somites of the cephalon (head) and thorax, covered in …   Crustacea glossary

  • genital complex — (Subclass Copepoda): Part of body formed from the fifth pedigerous and genital double somites [Boxshall and Halsey, 2004] …   Crustacea glossary

  • gymnoplean — (Subclass Copepoda): Used ot the body plan in which the prosome urosome boundary lies posterior to the fifth pedigerous somite [Boxshall and Halsey, 2004] …   Crustacea glossary

  • metasome — In copepods, part of prosome consisting of free thoracic somites in front of major articulation; in amphipods first three abdominal somites bearing unmodified pleopods [Moore and McCormick, 1969]. Part of prosome, consisting of free thoracic… …   Crustacea glossary

  • neck — (Subclass Copepoda): A narrow part of the body separating the head from the trunk in highly metamorphic parasites, typically formed by a pedigerous somite [Boxshall and Halsey, 2004]. (Class Ostracoda): In parasitic copepod, relatively narrow… …   Crustacea glossary

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