telson

Cheloped vs Telson - What's the difference?

cheloped | telson |


As a noun telson is

the part of an arthropod posterior to the last segment.

Telson vs Swimmerette - What's the difference?

telson | swimmerette |

Telson vs Kelson - What's the difference?

telson | kelson |


As nouns the difference between telson and kelson

is that telson is the part of an arthropod posterior to the last segment while kelson is .

Nelson vs Telson - What's the difference?

nelson | telson |


As a proper noun nelson

is , equivalent to the english nelson.

As a noun telson is

the part of an arthropod posterior to the last segment.

Telson vs Swimmeret - What's the difference?

telson | swimmeret |


As nouns the difference between telson and swimmeret

is that telson is the part of an arthropod posterior to the last segment while swimmeret is (zoology) in decapods such as lobsters, one of the legs primarily used for swimming but also used for brooding the eggs (except in prawns) and catching food.

Telson vs Swimmerets - What's the difference?

telson | swimmerets |


As nouns the difference between telson and swimmerets

is that telson is the part of an arthropod posterior to the last segment while swimmerets is .

Segment vs Telson - What's the difference?

segment | telson |


As nouns the difference between segment and telson

is that segment is a length of some object while telson is the part of an arthropod posterior to the last segment.

As a verb segment

is to divide into segments or sections.

Posterior vs Telson - What's the difference?

posterior | telson |


As nouns the difference between posterior and telson

is that posterior is (euphemistic) the buttocks while telson is the part of an arthropod posterior to the last segment.

As an adjective posterior

is located behind, or towards the rear of an object.

Arthropod vs Telson - What's the difference?

arthropod | telson |


As nouns the difference between arthropod and telson

is that arthropod is an invertebrate animal of the phylum arthropoda , characterized by a chitinous exoskeleton and multiple jointed appendages while telson is the part of an arthropod posterior to the last segment.

Telson vs Uropod - What's the difference?

telson | uropod |

Telson is a see also of uropod.


As nouns the difference between telson and uropod

is that telson is the part of an arthropod posterior to the last segment while uropod is (anatomy) either of the two posterior abdominal appendages of the lobster, shrimp and some other crustaceans.