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- tarsus, develops a complicated structure (sometimes called the palpal bulb or palpal organ) that is used to transfer sperm to the female seminal receptacles...
- The two palpal bulbs – also known as palpal organs and genital bulbs – are the co****tory organs of a male spider. They are borne on the last segment...
- Chelicerae Cheliceral fang Cribellum Epigyne Exuviae Opisthosoma Pedipalp Palpal bulb Sco****e Silk Spinneret Urticating hair Human interaction Arachnophobia...
- and then transfer the sperm to special syringe-styled structures, palpal bulbs or palpal organs, borne on the tips of the pedipalps of mature males. When...
- attacks him. The male uses the palpal bulbs on his pedipalps to transfer sperm to the female. After inserting the second palpal bulb, the male dies, and is...
- 1-251. Sierwald, P. (1990). Morphology and homologous features in the male palpal organ in Pisauridae and other spider families, with notes on the taxonomy...
- female; see also Palpal bulb Conductor: A part of the palpal bulb that accompanies and supports the embolus Embolus: The final part of the palpal bulb containing...
- spiders use palpal bulbs instead of a **** to transfer sperm to females. Males of this new species of Theraphosidae have a subconical palpal bulb with...
- Male western black widow: This image shows the enlarged palpal organs (large dark disks) at the tip of the pedipalps and the spider's eight eyes when the...
- (epigynum) and a "flow through" fertilization system; males have complex palpal bulbs. Molecular phylogenetic studies have supported the monophyly of Entelegynae...