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telson

(tĕl′sən)
n.
1. The rearmost segment of the body of certain arthropods.
2. An extension of this segment, such as the middle lobe of the tail of a lobster or the stinger of a scorpion.

telson

the terminal appendage of the last abdominal segment of some arthropods, such as the tail fan in many crustaceans or the sting in the scorpion.
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Telson hendido, cada lobulo con terminacion fina y dos espinas naciendo de cada muesca subterminal; cada lobulo presenta entre 5 a 7 setas en su superficie (Figs.
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Remarks: The new species is included in Buchnerillo since it shows all the characters of the genus: small size; animal able to toll up into a perfect ball; endoantennal conglobation; dorsal surface tuberculated; cephalon with a wide frontal shield; pleonite 3 with epimera reduced; telson semicircular covering the uropods in dorsal view; antenna short and stout with a flagellum of three articles; male pleopod 2 with distal article flagelliform.
It is concluded from the study that extracting venom from living scorpion by electric stimulation of telson is a convenient method as it is least harmful for scorpion and most efficient in venom recovery.
Behind the sixth abdominal segment, the telson is the posterior-most segment of the shrimp's body.
The telson became distinct and developed setae in embryos as evident in embryos stained with Bouin's solution.
Limnoria tripunctata is distinguished from the other species of the genus by the possession of three bumps on the telson which are visible under a dissecting microscope.
Lysmata grabhami presents a continuous middorsal white stripe from the tip of the rostrum to the end of the telson and the outer border of the uropodal exopods is also white (Figure 1).
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