cordylus n.; pl. cordyli [Gr. kordyle, swelling] (CNID: Hydrozoa) Small clubs composed of large gastrodermal cells covered by a thin epidermis, mounted on sensory cushions between the tentacle bases of certain hydromedusae; sense clubs.
core n. [L. cordis, heart] 1. The central part of anything. 2. (BRYO: Stenolaemata) Either laminated or nonlaminated skeletal material, or a combination of both, that form the stylets.
corema, corematis n.; pl. -ata [Gr. korema, broom] (ARTHRO: Insecta) Paired eversible sacs of the ventro-lateral regions of certain male Lepidoptera, containing hairpencils or brushes, functioning in phermone dispersal; Julien's organ.
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