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receptaculum

 [re″sep-tak´u-lum] (L.)
a receptacle or container.
receptaculum chy´li cisterna chyli.

re·cep·tac·u·lum

, pl.

re·cep·tac·u·la

(rē'sep-tak'yū-lŭm, -lă),
A receptacle.
Synonym(s): reservoir
[L. fr. re-cipio, pp. -ceptus, to receive, fr. capio, to take]

receptaculum

/re·cep·tac·u·lum/ (re″sep-tak´u-lum) pl. receptac´ula   [L.] a vessel or receptacle.
receptaculum chy´li  cisterna chyli.

re·cep·tac·u·lum

, pl. receptacula (rē-sĕp-tak'yū-lŭm, -lă)
A receptacle.
Synonym(s): reservoir.
[L. fr. re-cipio, pp. -ceptus, to receive, fr. capio, to take]

receptaculum

pl. receptacula [L.] a vessel or receptacle.

receptaculum chyli
cisterna chyli.
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4 mm longae x 1 mm latae, omnes cum apice acuto margine ciliatae interdum scariosae extus 3-5 nervatae glandulatae glabrae; receptacula breviter convexa glabra.
9 mm, latae ovatae vel anguste ovatae ad apicem acutae margine ciliatae extus 1-3 costatae glabrae vel leviter pilosae; receptacula convexa minute pilosa.
9 mm latae lineari--vel angusteellipticae omnes leviter 3-7 costatae ad apicem acutae extus sparsim pilosae ciliatae; receptacula leviter convexa, dense pilosa.
The receptacula frequently possess a huge basal lobe and the receptaculum looks somewhat tripartite (Fig.
Female Tasmanian specimens often have more strongly sclerotized receptacula and broader epigyna when compared to specimens of the same species from the Australian mainland (e.
hickmani can be distinguished from all other known Tasmanian congeners by the 'marbled' abdominal coloration (in life), and the shape of the receptacula (the latter without distinct, 'nose-like' inward lobes; Fig.
3): receptacula anteriorly widened, rounded; inward faces roughly straight, parallel.
lulu can be distinguished from all other known Tasmanian congeners by the pale abdominal coloration, and the shape of the receptacula (the latter with distinct, 'nose-like' inward lobes; Fig.
4): receptacula rounded, with prominent 'nose-like' inward lobes.
Female (QVM 13: 39996): Epigyne: receptacula laterally rectangular, with distinctive 'nose-like' inward lobes.
robusta can be distinguished from all other known Tasmanian congeners by the distinct, oval-shaped, posteriorly-convergent receptacula (Fig.
5): receptacula oval-shaped, posteriorly convergent.