torulus

noun
tor·​u·​lus | \-ləs\
plural toruli\-​ˌlī, -​ˌlē \

Definition of torulus 

: the socket in which the antenna of an insect articulates

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History and Etymology for torulus

New Latin, diminutive of Latin torus cushion, couch

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