Also ex·o·pod [ek-suh-pod] /ˈɛk səˌpɒd/.
Origin of exopodite
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The third exopodite of the cephalon was apparently about 15 mm.The Appendages, Anatomy, and Relationships of Trilobites
Percy Edward Raymond
En6, The rudimentary sixth endite (exopodite of higher Crustacea).
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 exopodite, however, is much smaller than the endopodite, and it ends in a flexible lash made up of many small segments.The Life of Crustacea
William Thomas Calman