dactylus


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digit

 [dij´it]
a finger or toe.

dig·it

(dij'it), [TA]
A finger or toe.
See also: finger, toe.
Synonym(s): digitus [TA], dactyl, dactylus
[L. digitus]

dactylus

/dac·ty·lus/ (dak´til-us) [L.] a digit.

dactylus

See digit.

dig·it

(dij'it) [TA]
A finger or toe.
Synonym(s): digitus [TA] , dactyl, dactylus.
[L. digitus]

dactylus

pl. dactyli [L.] a digit.
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Members of the genus Pinnotheres have a carpus shorter than the propodus and a digitiform dactylus that is proximally inserted on the ventral margin of the propodus, falling short of the tip of this latter article (Figs.
Dysmicoccus dactylus Miller & McKenzie, 1971 (Fig.
Dysmicoccus dactylus Miller & McKenzie 1971: 573; Williams & Granara de Willink, 1992: 144.
Ventral margin of propodus including fixed finger, shorter than merus, with 1 spiniform seta at dactylus insertion.
Location in Intertidal/subtidal Species geographic region (water depth) Sasebo Bay, Subtidal (5-15 m) Solen gordonis northwestern Kyushu, Japan Chokchon tidal flat, Intertidal Solen strictus Inchon, Korea Golshahr coast of Intertidal Solen dactylus Bandar Abbas, Persian Gulf, Iran Ria de Aveiro, Intertidal Solen marginatus Portugal St Lucia estuarine Subtidal (0.
At the dorsal end, the apex of the photophore is connected to a ligament extending the length of the dactylus [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURES 2 AND 3 OMITTED].
angelicus have the dactylus of P3 longer than the others pereopods, and males have all abdominal somites and telson well separated (Fig.
Gnathopod 1 subchelate to parachelate; coxa small; merus and carpus not rotated; carpus short; propodus large, palm straight to convex; dactylus slightly curved, not hidden by setae.