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He connected up the repaired apparatus with these antennae, and made sure all was well.
DARKNESS AND DAWNGEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND
In the genus Chlorippe the antennae are as long as the front wings are wide.
Holoptic: Diptera in which the eyes of male are contiguous between vertex and antennae: see dichoptic.
Antennal process: Diptera; the frontal protuberance upon which the antennae are inserted.
The distinguishing characteristics are found in the dwarfed, useless front legs and the absence of scales upon the antennae.
The three pairs of appendages of the nauplius larva (the future first and second antennae and mandibles).
With a proud and rapid gait, her wings and antennae vibrating, she goes and returns.
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE
Bipectinate: antennae having comb-like teeth or processes on Beach side of each joint.
Nadkek left the conference room, his antennae a puzzled mauve.
EXPLOITER'S ENDJAMES CAUSEY
The antennae quiver; the wings, raised above the back, continually beat one against the other.
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE