biramous


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biramous

 [bi-ra´mus]
having two branches.

bi·ra·mous

(bī-rā'mŭs),
Having two branches.
[bi- + L. ramus, branch]

biramous

/bi·ra·mous/ (bi-ra´mus) having two branches.

biramous

(bī-rā′məs)
adj.
Consisting of or having two branches, as the appendages of an arthropod.

bi·ra·mous

(bī-rā'mŭs)
Having two branches.
[bi- + L. ramus, branch]

bi·ra·mous

(bī-rā'mŭs)
Having two branches.
[bi- + L. ramus, branch]

biramous

having two branches.
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Pleon nearly straight across posterior margin, of six pleomeres, first five produced into extended lateral plates, sixth as small embedded pleotelson; five pairs of biramous pleopods, exopodites of first three greatly expanded; no uropods.
Five pairs of biramous pleopods nearly symmetrical on opposite sides of body, endopodites of first three pairs greatly expanded into large subrectangular fleshy lobes extending far to sides, other exopodites and all endopodites much reduced and mostly extending posteriorly somewhat beyond margins of lateral plates; pleopods covering all but small medioanterior region of pleon ventrally.