A lip or edge, as of a basin.
An organ in insects and crustaceans covering the upper part of the mouth, and serving as an upper lip. See Illust. of Hymenoptera.
Lip or liplike part being a cuticular plate forming the anterior upper lip of insects ( loc. cit.); compare labium.
Latin = rim.
A thickened firm tissue that surrounds and is firmly attached to the socket of the shoulder joint. It serves to deepen this joint and prevent abnormal motion of the shoulder joint.
An unpaired, flat segment of the cephalon that articulates with the clypeus, and anteriorly covers the mandibles.
A lip or rim.
a flap-like part of the mouthparts just below the face used as a feeding guide.
The uppermost and anteriormost mouthpart ("upper lip") which covers the bases of the mandibles and is bounded posteriorly by the clypeus.
a ring of fibrous cartilage
An edge, rim, or lip. In a shoulder the labrum is a rim of cartilage.
An unpaired, flat segment of the cephlon anteriorly covering the mandibles. (Wilson, 1989). In some amphipod species the labrum can be produced to a point, keel or lobe, which is known as the epistome (Barnard and Karaman, 1991).
A liplike cartilaginous structure around the margin of the shoulder socket.
The anterior, medial appendage of the mouthparts attached to the underside of, and often concealed by, the clypeus.
the 'upper lip' of the insect head, covering the base of the mandible and forming the roof of the mouth. View image
A sheet of cuticle on the ventral side of the head in arthropods, projecting in front of and protecting the mouthparts.
a ring of cartilage found around the rim of the socket joint surface of the hip bone; helps provide cushion to the joint.
upper lip; the flaplike plate that rests over the jaws.
The upper lip, which is attached to the clypeus.
The cartilage of the glenoid cavity in the shoulder. A lip-edged or lip-like structure.
a rim or cup of cartilage that contributes to shoulder stability by deepening and increasing the glenoid surface area, and by providing attachments for the shoulder capsule and various ligaments and tendons.
This is the "upper lip" of the insects mouth-parts. It also aids in the tearing up of food.
Unpaired, dorsomedian sclerite of the mouthparts that is concealed under or partly to entirely exposed below the clypeus; the labrum is usually flap-like but sometimes is deeply emarginate so as to be digitate, that is, with finger-like projections. [drawing
The upper lip of an arthropod.
The 'upper lip' of the insect mouth-parts: a small hardened body part on the front of the head. In stag beetles it is clearly seen between the jaws. Its shape can be a good identification clue as it varies quite a bit with the species, and the gender as well.
upper lip of Odonata.
the upper lip, which covers the base of the mandibles and forms the roof of the mouth.
Upper lip attached dorsally to the clypeus; structure used to help a caterpillar position foliage for eating (see Figure 3).
The labrum is the upper "lip" of insects (like butterflies and moths). It is above the butterfly's proboscis.