corpora ventralia

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corpora ventralia (plural; singular corporus ventralium): (Arthropoda: Insecta) Ventral or lateral bodies that lie ventrolaterally in the protocerebrum just above the antennal glomeruli of the deutocerebrum, and connected to a transverse commissure tract; they are association centers connected to many other parts of the brain.