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corbicula (noun; plural corbiculae; Latin diminutive corbis, basket): (Arthropoda: Insecta) A smooth area on the outer surface of the hind tibia of Apidae, surrounded on each side by a fringe of long curved hairs, that serves for carrying pollen and other materials to the nest; a pollen basket.