cercus

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From New Latin cercus, from Ancient Greek κέρκος (kérkos, tail).

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cercus (plural cerci)

  1. (entomology) Structures on the end of on the end of the abdomen of most insects, sometimes long, hairlike sensory organs and sometimes smaller and rigid.

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