A lip, or liplike organ.
The lip of an organ pipe.
The organ of insects which covers the mouth beneath, and serves as an under lip. It consists of the second pair of maxillæ, usually closely united in the middle line, but bearing a pair of palpi in most insects. It often consists of a thin anterior part (ligula or palpiger) and a firmer posterior plate (mentum).
Latin = lip (plural labia), adjective - labial.
Lips; the labia majora and labia minora are components of the female external genitalia.
the bottom-most part of the mouthparts upon which the caterpillar silk gland is located.
Flat, non-segmented, bilobed structure situated posterior to the mandibles. (Holdich and Jones, 1983). The lateral edges are often produced, sometimes acutely, and sometimes bear a cusp associated with the salivary duct (Barnard and Karaman, 1991).
The posterior, medial appendage of the mouthparts between and behind the maxillae, composed of the submentum, mentum, prementum, glossa, paraglossa, and labial palpi.
in chewing insects, a compound structure forming the lower lip
lower lip that can be extended and retracted to capture and eat prey. The labium is folded under the head and thorax when it is not being used. The labium can be extended to catch prey and retracted to direct the prey into the dragonfly's mouth where it is torn apart by slicing mandibles. This action is done with such great speed that one rarely gets the opportunity to witness it.
lower "lip" of larva that is extended during prey capture
Unpaired, ventral sclerite of the mouthparts that forms the median portion of the labiomaxillary complex. [drawing][photo][drawing
lower lip in spiders; small rectangular sclerite attached to sternum; flip the spider upside down to see it
The lower lip of an arthropod.
lower lip of Odonata.
the lower lip; a structure that forms the floor of the mouth.
a lip; a liplike structure; plural, labia
The lower lip of the mouth part structures. (Figures and showing an example of a dragonfly nymph's labium which can extend outwards.)
The lower lip of insects