Pedipalpus


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Ped`i`pal´pus


n.1.(Zool.) One of the second pair of mouth organs of arachnids. In some they are leglike, but in others, as the scorpion, they terminate in a claw.
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vagans Polypedilum marcondesi Nidularium innocentii, Vriesea vagans Polypedilum panacu Tillandsia guatemalensis Polypedilum Eryngium pandanifolium parthenogeneticum Polypedilum Bromeliads pedipalpus ** Polypedilum solimoes Aeehmea lindeni, Canistrum lindenii, Neoregelia laevis, Nidularium innocentii, Vriesea philippocoburgii, V.
El mismo describio algunas especies; por ejemplo, Chirocladius pedipalpus (Chironomidae, Diptera) y Scirtes championi (Scirtidae, Coleoptera).
Records of 12 species have been published: Antillocladius antecalvus Saether, 1981, Mesosmittia patrihortae Saether, 1985, Metriocnemus abdominoflavatus Picado, 1913, Ablabesmyia costaricensis Picado, 1913, Ablabesmyia ignobilis (Johannsen) Johannsen, 1932, Monopelopia caragata Mendes, Marcondes and Pinho, 2003, Monopelopia mikeschwartzi Epler, 1998, Monopelopia tillandsia Beck and Beck, 1966, Chirocladius pedipalpus, Picado 1913, Stenochironomus atlanticus Pinho and Mendes, 2005, Tanytarsus bromelicola Cranston, 2007, Tanytarsus confusa (Malloch), Miller, 1971 (Marcondes and Pinho, 2005; Cranston and Judd, 1987; Epler and Janetzky, 1998; Cranston, 2007; Pinho et al.