Stylamblys see appendix interna

stylate a. [Gr. stylos, pillar] With a style; stylelike.

style, stylus n.; pl. styli [Gr. stylos, pillar] 1. (ARTHRO: Cheli-cerata) The embolus of spiders. 2. (ARTHRO: Crustacea) see telson. 3. (ARTHRO: Insecta) a. Any slender, tubular or spinelike appendage at the end of the abdomen. b. In some Diptera, a bristlelike process at the terminal segment of the antenna. 4. (BRYO: Stenolaemata) A general term for a rodlike skeletal structure forming a spinose projection on the zoarial surface; canaliculus; stylet. see acanthopore. 5. (CNID: Hydrozoa) A calcareous projection. 6. (MOLL) see crystalline style. 7. (PORIF) A monactinal spicule dissimilar at the two ends. stylate a.

style sac (MOLL) The posterior conical region of the stomach, lined with cilia, but devoid of chitin.

stylet n. [Gr. stylos, pillar] 1. Any small rigid bristle or needlelike appendage or organ. 2. (ARTHRO: Crustacea) see caudal ramus. 3. (ARTHRO: Insecta) One of the piercing structures in the sucking mouth parts; the shaft of the ovipositor. 4. (BRYO: Stenolaemata) A rodlike skeletal structure oriented almost perpendicular to the zoarial surface and parallel to the zooecia. 5. (CNID) The large, lowermost thorn on the hampe (butt) of a stenotele nematocyst. 6. (NEMATA) A sclerotized, usually hollow, structure used for feeding, releasing secretions and entering plants and animals (Arthropoda); a spear. see stomatostyle, odontostyle. 7. (NEMER) A nail-shaped structure on the end of the proboscis that typically reaches 50-200 m, used in the capture of prey.

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