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carinolateral (noun; Latin carina, keel; lateralis, of the side): (Arthropoda: Crustacea) One of a pair of compartmental plates of balanomorph barnacles, usually overlapping the carina on each side, with the radius on the carinal side and the ala on the lateral side; the carinal latus of lepadomorphs.