noun, plural clyp·e·i [klip-ee-ahy, -ee-ee] /ˈklɪp iˌaɪ, -iˌi/.
Origin of clypeus
Examples from the Web for clypeus
Historical Examples of clypeus
The portion of the face bounded by this groove is called the clypeus.Through a Microscope
The labrum, or upper lip, is separated by a deep suture from the clypeus, and is trapezoidal in form.Our Common Insects
Alpheus Spring Packard
Fabricius has denominated this part the clypeus, in which he has been followed by most modern Entomologists.An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. III (of 4)
The face with silvery pile on each side of the clypeus, and sprinkled with erect black hairs.
The scape, labrum, mandibles and palpi ferruginous; the clypeus widely emarginate anteriorly.