Origin of clitellum
Words nearby clitellum
How to use clitellum in a sentence
Clitellum always present, extending over two (many limicolous forms) to forty-five segments (Alma).
Clitellum generally only two or three segments and more anterior in position than in Terricolae.
Clitellum commonly extensive and more posterior in position than in other groups.
Clitellum, kli-tel′um, n. the saddle of an annelid, as the earthworm:—pl.
Clitellum not present as a definite organ, as in Oligochaeta.