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fimbriate, fimbria

Classification
Kingdom Animalia (Animals)
Phylum Arthropoda (Arthropods)
No Taxon (Glossary)
No Taxon (F)
No Taxon fimbriate, fimbria
Explanation of Names
Latin fimbria, a fringe; an ornamental appendage to a border; something resembling a fringe (Jardine)
Identification
fimbriate, adjective, noun fimbria - fringed with hair (setae) of irregular length; (antennae) setaceous, and each joint furnished with a single hair on the side.
See Also
Print References
Gordh, entry for fimbriate (1)
Works Cited
1.A Dictionary of Entomology
George Gordh, David H. Headrick. 2003. CABI Publishing.