Duplication of digits of the foot.
[diplo- + G. pous, foot]
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(6,13) Nonetheless, the mirror foot anomaly, also called "diplopodia", which is often associated with 6 to 8 digits, is very rare.
The non-rudist bivalves mentioned above occur together with scattered moulds of gastropods (Ampullina and Tylostoma), abundant echinoid spines, several Diplopodia, and an isolated pycnodontid fish tooth (Coelodus).
Few syndromes such as tibial hemimelia-foot polydactly triphalangeal thumbs syndrome (Werner syndrome), tibial hemimelia diplopodia syndrome, tibial hemimelia-split hand/foot syndrome, tibial hemimelia-micromelia-trigonobrachycephaly syndrome, tibial hemimelia-normal upper limb syndrome and tibial hemimelia-radial agenesis syndrome are considered to be transmitted as autosomal dominant.
Most common household pests fall within the phylum Arthropoda and these include the Classes Insecta (e.g., ants, crickets, etc), Myriapoda (or Chilopodia and Diplopodia, e.g., centipedes and millipedes), and Arachnida (e.g., mites, spiders, and scorpions).