Since in the archetype every vertebra has its appendage, more than two pairs of locomotory limbs might have been developed.
But of the locomotory, to which we ourselves belong, we can tell more.
But, if the locomotory pads grip only on one side, progress becomes impossible.
They have no need of the power of locomotion, and accordingly are usually without wings, legs, or other locomotory organs.
They are often worm-like, or sac-like, without legs or other locomotory appendages.
Planula, plan′ū-la, n. the locomotory embryo of the cœlenterates.
All the locomotory appendages are adapted for walking or running, not swimming.
They proved to be mere gelatinous sacks, without any appearance of digestive or locomotory organs.
This, of course, is restricted to articulations of the locomotory apparatus.
locomotor lo·co·mo·tor (lō'kə-mō'tər) or lo·co·mo·tive (-mō'tĭv)
Of or relating to movement from one place to another.