On the anterior margin of the exopodite there is a minute spine at each joint.
The third exopodite of the cephalon was apparently about 15 mm.
Each leg, except those of the last pair, has on its first segment an exopodite with a gill like those of the maxilliped.
The antenn have no exopodite, although in a few other Isopods a minute vestige is present.
The union of the basipodite and exopodite shows that the two branches of the appendage acted together.
exopodite: The outer one of the two main branches into which the typical limb of any segment is divided.
The proximal, non-setiferous portion of the exopodite is evidently at an angle with the setiferous part.
The exopodite is present on the maxillipeds, but disappears from the walking-feet in the higher forms.
This individual shows, better than any other, the connection of the exopodite with the endopodite.
A second ramus, the “exopodite,” often is also retained in the form of a palp or feeler.