Definition of pleuropodium
1 : either of a pair of glandular organs located on the first abdominal segment of an insect and believed to represent modified appendages
2 : either of a pair of large fleshy lobes of the mantle of a sea hare
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Origin and Etymology of pleuropodium
New Latin, from pleur- + -podium
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