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Definition of Scopulae

Scopulae
Scopula Scop"u*la, n.; pl. E. Scopulas, L. Scopul[ae]. [L. scopulae, pl. a little broom.] (Zo["o]l.) (a) A peculiar brushlike organ found on the foot of spiders and used in the construction of the web. (b) A special tuft of hairs on the leg of a bee.

Meaning of Scopulae from wikipedia

- Sco****e, or sco**** pads, are dense tufts of hair at the end of a spiders's legs. They are found mostly on hunting spiders, especially Lycosidae and Salticidae...
- tufts, known as sco****e, consist of bristles whose ends are split into as many as 1,000 branches, and enable spiders with sco****e to walk up vertical...
- world. This genus was split from Lasiodora, distinguished by the lack of sco****e on the inferior side of the first leg femur and the differences in the...
- he noted was only weakly homogeneous, on the presence of divided tarsal sco****e. This feature was later considered to be plesiomorphic (i.e. potentially...
- blue color. He differentiated Chromatopelma from Aphonopelma based on the sco****e of the tarsus on the third leg, bristles that divide the metatarsus from...
- footprints. Among the arthropods, some spiders have similar setae on their sco****e or sco**** pads, enabling them to climb or hang upside-down from extremely...
- other related genera such as Ctenus by the presence of dense prolateral sco****e (a dense brush of fine hairs) on the pedipalp tibiae and tarsi in both...
- Cheliceral fang Cribellum Epigyne Exuviae Opisthosoma Pedipalp Palpal bulb Sco****e Silk Spinneret Urticating hair Human interaction Arachnophobia Cultural...
- urticating patch is faded in colouration. The lower extent of metatarsal sco****e on the second leg, compared to the first, third and fourth leg is unusual...
- Females do not have sco****e on their legs, but do have unique curved, thorn-like spines on the sides of legs I and II. Males have sco****e on the tarsi of...