corpora pedunculata

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corpora pedunculata (plural; singular corpora pedunculatum): (Arthropoda: Insecta) The pedunculate or mushroom bodies of the protocerebrum, said to have an important role in visual integration in Hymenoptera, but in other insects plays a part in the selection and sequential organization of behavioral patterns.