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cer•cus



Pronunciation: (sûr'kus, ker'-), [key]
n.,
pl. cer•ciPronunciation: (sûr'sī, ker'kē). [key]

one of a pair of appendages at the rear of the abdomen of certain insects and other arthropods, serving as tactile organs.

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