Aciculum



an .
Zoology. one of the slender, sharp stylets embedded in the parapodia of certain annelid worms, as the polychaetes.
noun (pl) -lums, -la (-lə)
a needle-like bristle that provides internal support for the appendages (chaetae) of some polychaete worms

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