- having setae or bristles.
Also se·tif·er·ous [si-tif-er-uh s] /sɪˈtɪf ər əs/.
Origin of setigerous
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Examples from the Web for setigerous
When the setigerous joint is larger than the preceding one, and globose.An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. IV (of 4)
Differing from the other species here described in having nine setigerous thoracic somites.
First branchia on each side attached to second somite just in front and mesad of the first setigerous tubercle.
The first bifid neuropodial lobes appear on the twenty-first setigerous segment.
A characteristic feature of the species is the presence of ten setigerous thoracic somites.