noun, plural hi·ber·nac·u·la [hahy-ber-nak-yuh-luh]. /ˌhaɪ bərˈnæk yə lə/.
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It seems that having migrated to a ledge, the racer promptly finds its hibernaculum and retires for the winter.
This trend suggests that over periods of years a racer is likely to shift its range or its hibernaculum or both.
Young caterpillar with hibernaculum (h); caterpillar and chrysalis.The Butterflies of the British Isles|Richard South
Hibernaculum: a tent or sheath made out of a leaf or other material in which a larva hides or hibernates.Explanation of Terms Used in Entomology|John. B. Smith
Soil temperatures were taken in the present study only when the turtle was in a form, hibernaculum, or den.