"biramous appendage": a type of appendage that is characteristic of crustaceans. It forks from the basal protopodite to form two branches, the inner endopodite and the outer exopodite. Each of these branches can be composed of either one or more segments. There are many variations on this generalized structure; the branches often possess highly specialized extensions
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