OTHER WORDS FROM exopoditeex·op·o·dit·ic [ek-sop-uh-dit-ik], /ɛkˌsɒp əˈdɪt ɪk/, adjective
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Exopodite: The outer one of the two main branches into which the typical limb of any segment is divided.
The exopodite is present on the maxillipeds, but disappears from the walking-feet in the higher forms.
The third exopodite of the cephalon was apparently about 15 mm.
Length of the longest exopodite which can be traced, about 20 mm.
At the distal end of the coxopodite arise the endopodite and exopodite.