receptaculum

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receptaculum

(ˌrɛsɛpˈtækjʊlʊm)
n, pl receptacula
a vessel, receptacle or container
Translations

re·cep·tac·u·lum

L. receptaculum, receptáculo, recipiente.
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93) [Que quidem receptacula demoniorum recte dici poterant, quia quicquid furtive apprehendi posset, mox in eis recondebatur] (VAN BUREN, Anne H.
13-15 and 16-17, with distinct window, median plate slightly protruding, mid part of epigyne with [conjunction]-shaped sclerotisation, receptacula tubule shaped, diameter equal to that of half of window.
0 mm latae; receptacula plana paleacea, paleae anguste ovatae.
En el infierno superior, las almas de quienes no hubiesen sido totalmente buenos ni totalmente malos permaneceran en receptacula, donde un fuego punitivo pero tambien purgatorio les permitira purgar sus pecados leves.
Receptacula strongly sclerotized and thick-walled without additional glandulae; spherical to globular and never with additional lobes (Fig.
Seminal receptacula in gravid and virgin female Peripatus (Macroperipatus) acacioi Marcus and Marcus (Onychophora: Peripatidae).
Description of the male and illustration of the female receptacula of Yamia watasei Kishida, 1920 (Arachnida, Araneae, Theraphosidae, Selenocosmiinae).
lat, pilosae, scariosae, oblongo-ellipticiae; receptacula plana alveolata.
Atypid spiders are characterized by a male sternum with marginal ridges, a short, straight and spike-like embolus, a straight conductor and a distally widened vulva with bulbous or pyriform receptacula and with two lateral patches of pores on the genital atrium (Gertsch & Platnick 1980).
Vulva with two pairs of rounded receptacula, connected to each other with a short constriction only.
0 mm latae apice obtusae magine scarioso-ciliatae extus sulcatae; receptacula leviter convexa pilosula; flores circa 16; corollae anguste-infundibulares 2-7 mm longae alboviridulae intus glabrae, lobis triangularibus 0.