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