parieto-basilar muscles

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parieto-basilar muscles: (Cnidaria: Anthozoa) Muscles on the column of Actinaria that run obliquely from the outer ends of the mesenteries near the base on to the central parts of the pedal disk; functioning to aid in fastening the animal to the substratum.