Examples from the Web for palpal
The male palpi (fig. 272) are very large, and the palpal organ has a long tube coiled on the under and outer side.
The palpal organs and male palpi are of great variety and distinguish the males of all species without much difficulty.
In x-notata (fig. 435) the palpus is as long as the cephalothorax, and the tarsus and palpal organ small and round.
The palpal organ (fig. 268) is shorter and simpler than it is in differens.
The palpi are slender in both sexes, and in the male the palpal organs are small for so large a spider.