[ kee-tuh-tak-see ]
/ ˈki təˌtæk si /
the arrangement of bristles on the exoskeleton of an insect.
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OTHER WORDS FROM chaetotaxychae·to·tac·tic [kee-tuh-tak-tik], /ˌki təˈtæk tɪk/, adjective
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Chaetotaxy: the science dealing with the arrangement and nomenclature of the bristles on the body of insects.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith