pleopod

[plee-uh-pod]
noun Zoology.
a swimmeret.

Origin:
1850–55; pleo(n) + -pod

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pleopod (ˈpliːəˌpɒd)
 
n
another name for swimmeret
 
[C19: from Greek plein to swim + pous foot]

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pleopod   (plē'ə-pŏd')  Pronunciation Key 
See swimmeret.
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Also, the endopod of the first pleopod is larger in males versus females.
Also, the endopod of the first pleopod is larger in males than in females of the same age.
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