Septulum

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Sep´tu`lum


n.1.(Anat.) A little septum; a division between small cavities or parts.
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1H): V-shaped, open posteriorly and closed anteriorly; palidia monostichous, with each palidium consisting of a row of 7 or 8 small size with flattened apex pali; septula elongate, length 3* its width at posterior end; lower anal lip with moderate amount of short and medium size setae and few long setae proximal to anal aperture.