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scolopale (noun; plural -ia; Greek skolos, pointed object; Latin palus, stake): (Arthropoda: Insecta) A variously shaped cup or cone with longitudinal ridges and a central filament connecting with the process of a central nerve cell; may have a terminal button; sensory cell of the scolopidium; scolops; cuticular sheath

See also: corpus scolopale.