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"I don't suppose you know that the antennæ of that silvery-winged moth are distinctly pectinate," I said.In Search of the Unknown|Robert W. Chambers
Pectinate ligament, to the rightof which is the angle of the chamber.F.
The end branchlets are acute and pectinate (pecten, a comb), or arranged like the teeth of a comb.
A ctenoid scale differs in having its posterior margin pectinate.The Vertebrate Skeleton|Sidney H. Reynolds
The legs are four pairs; they are hairy, and terminated by two or three claws, which are fringed with minute teeth, or pectinate.