Proleg

A proleg is a small, fleshy, stub structure found on the ventral surface of the abdomen of most larval forms of insects of the order Lepidoptera, though they can also be found on other larval insects such as sawflies and a few types of flies. In all the orders in which they appear, mainly Hymenoptera and Lepidoptera, prolegs of any form evolved in...
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proleg

fleshy leg like structures arising from the abdominal segments of caterpillars. These prolegs have crochets or curved hooks.
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Proleg

• (n.) One of the fleshy legs found on the abdominal segments of the larvae of Lepidoptera, sawflies, and some other insects. Those of Lepidoptera have a circle of hooks. Called also proped, propleg, and falseleg.
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Proleg

Pro'leg noun [ Prefix pro- for, in place of + leg .] (Zoology) One of the fleshy legs found on the abdominal segments of the larvæ of Lepidoptera, sawflies, and some other insects. Those of Lepidoptera have a circle of hooks. Called also proped , propleg , and fa...
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Proleg

A fleshy leg that occurs on the abdominal segment of some insect larvae but not in the adult.
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proleg

fleshy protuberance of the body wall creating a nonjointed leg.
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Proleg

Fleshy, abdominal legs of some larvae.
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Proleg

Hollow, paired, non-segmented outgrowth of abdominal segments of holometabolous larvae, usually used in locomotion.
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Proleg

One of the fleshy, stumpy legs on the hind region of a caterpillar.
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