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digit

 [dij´it]
a finger or toe.
Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

dig·it

(dij'it), [TA]
A finger or toe.
See also: finger, toe.
Synonym(s): digitus [TA], dactyl, dactylus
[L. digitus]
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

dig·it

(dij'it) [TA]
A finger or toe.
Synonym(s): digitus [TA] , dactyl, dactylus.
[L. digitus]
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Dactylus curved to extensor side; cutting edge concave proximally, with short scattered setae in male but no setae in female.
P catenatum is distinguished by the fur-lined chelae present in males and the oblique-shaped ridge on the upper margin of the dactylus.[1- 11]
"Rosario Ferre entre el ingles y el espanol: 'Let oneself become the meeting place of both.'" Dactylus 16 (1997): 61-69.
1J) not chelate; 3 long terminal spines on dactylus; dactylus short; propodus longer than carpus; exopod without natatory setae; endopod of 2nd pereiopod chelated (Fig.
Three species were planted in the buffer: smooth bromegrass (Bromus inermis, Leyss), orchardgrass (Dactylus glomerata L) and alfalfa (Medicago sativa L).
(2008) 4AS, fourth abdominal segment width; 5AS, fifth abdominal segment width; 6AS, sixth abdominal segment width; 5/6AS, fifth/sixth abdominal segment width; AW, abdomen width; BL, baited line; BMT, beam trawl; BS, beach seine; BT, baited trap; CN, crab net; CTW, cephalothorax width; DL, dactylus length of largest eheliped; DRN, double--rig net; DSL, dorsal length of the largest cheliped; FN, fyke net; FS, fish stomach; FT, fence trap; GB, glass box; GL, gonopod length; GN, gill net; HC, hand capture; HP, hooked pole; ICW, internal carapace width; LR, laboratory reared; MD, mating depressions; MGM, male gonad maturation stage; MMS, minimum mating size; MOS, minimum ovigerous size; MS, mating scars; N, number of specimens examined; n.d., no date; NLT, Neilsen trap; OD, oviduct; OMS.
The long dactylus of the third maxilliped that overreaches the tip of the propodus and the subtriangular telson wider than the sixth abdominal somite are unique features that clearly support that P.
Where known, the females construct tubes or galleries by secreting sticky mucus from the tip of the dactylus of the first pereopods, which glues sediment particles together (Krasnow & Taghon 1997).