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aedeagus, (adeagus), aedoeagus, aedeagal

Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
No Taxon (Glossary)
No Taxon (A)
No Taxon aedeagus, (adeagus), aedoeagus, aedeagal
ee-DEE-uh-guhs (IPA iˈdiəgəs)
Explanation of Names
From Greek, aidoia, the secret parts (genitals), plus agos leader.
aedeagus, (alt. spelling adeagus?), or aedoeagus noun, aedeagal adjective - the intromittent organ of a male insect with its appendages.
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