- n. Plural form of pedipalp.
“Regarding "manually inserted using a pair of appendages on their undersides known as pedipalps," I find it interesting that feet or is it "kids"? are used as hands.”
“The males have a pair of mating organs, known as pedipalps, one of which they use for each copulation -- in other words, twice is their limit.”
“The body of the specimen in alcohol, excluding the pedipalps, is about 2 mm long.”
“I think the spiders in the last pic are complete with pedipalps.”
“Also, if you look closely at a tarantula an occupation I'd advise you against, you'd notice that in addition to its eight legs, it has two smaller leg-like appendages called pedipalps.”
“Their pedipalps are well-developed and are used both as a tactile organ and to hold on to prey.”
“Larval mites have a short gnathosoma with stocky pedipalps on either side of paired chelicerae.”
“All members of this subphylum have chelicerae and pedipalps as their first and second prosomal appendages.”
“One of his long, sinewy pedipalps shot down from his cephalothorax and silenced the shrilling alert signal on his wraparound helm console.”
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