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palpi

(păl′pī′)
n.
Plural of palpus.
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Afterwards, they started to walk through the arena touching the substrate with antennae, maxillary, and labial palpi, also ingesting substrate particles.
Coloration: Head black with tufts of white scales, antennae and proboscis black, maxillary palpi covered with white and black scales; thorax black with white spots, fore and hind wings tawny; abdomen yellow.
Prementum short, approximately twice as wide as long, distal margin between palpi straight to moderately concave, dorsodistal sensilla minute: palpus 0.68-0.81 mm {x = 0.74 [+ or -] 0.04 mm), palpomere (LP) 1, 0.34-0.48 mm (x = 0,41 [+ or -] 0.04 mm), LP2, 0.31-0.36 mm (x = 0.33 [+ or -] 0.02 mm; n = 9).
Sensilla on the antennae, fortarsi and palpi of Microplitis croceipes (Cresson) (Hymernoptera: Braconidae).
While searching for its prey, a seven-spot ladybird holds its antennae parallel to its searching substratum and its maxillary palpi perpendicular to the substratum.
Not only have I been unable to locate an earlier story of a man-eating plant, but "Crinoida Dajeeana" also introduced several influential motifs, including that of the indigenous tribe that sacrifices women to a giant anthropophagous plant, and that of the grasping "palpi" with which many a later monstrous plant captures its prey.
In the descriptions of the following genera, Sauris Guenee and Remodes Guenee (Guenee, 1858: 361-364), the author paid attention to very long palpi of moths, to the presence of a 'lobe appendiculaire' in the males of the described species, but mentioned also the presence of one pair of spurs in the hind legs of Sauris (like in Rhopalodes) and the absence of spurs in Remodes.
Hyalomma (Euhyalomma) schulzei Olenev, 1931 is recorded and re-described for the first time from Balochistan, Pakistan in detail with special reference to its capitulum, basis capituli, hypostome, palpi, scutum, genital aperture, adanal and plates subanal plates, anus and festoons.
Five reverse consecutive numbers 5.4.3.21 Da.d.ab.li (44) 5.4.32.1 E.d.iacar.a (3) 5.43.2.1 E.sse.b.a (2) 5.43.21 e.dgelo.ng 54.3.2.1 Naur.ab.b.a (28) 54.3.21 palpi.c.il 54.32.1 sto.pp.a 6.5.4.32 f.e.d.ered 6.54.32 f.ederali.sm 65.4.32 cockro.ac.hes 65.43.2 Bait-ul.-Ghari.b (28) 7.65.43 g.liste.ry 76.5.43 clutt.e.ry 8.7.6.54 h.af.f.lins?
As in many insects, the antennae are probably the principal chemoreceptive organs over longer distances and the maxillary palpi at very close range (Halffter & Matthews 1966).