First maxill (Fig. 7) two-jointed, palp and second joint armed with spines.
A palp sprouts on the mandible and the median eye disappears.
Projecting from each side of the head of a butterfly is a fluffy structure, the palp.
A second ramus, the “exopodite,” often is also retained in the form of a palp or feeler.
Behind this jaw is a short leg, formed like a walking leg, and known as the 'palp.'
This form is retained, with little alteration in some adult Copepoda, where the biramous “palp” still aids in locomotion.
The third one was alive, as was shown by a rhythmic movement of the palp on the right side.
palp, a jointed finger-like structure on the oral appendages of arthropods; oral appendages found in mollusca.
In bugs and aphids the lacinia is a slender needle-like piercer (fig. 2, III), while the palp is wanting.