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scolopophore also scolophore (noun; Greek skolos, pointed object; phoreus, bearer): (Arthropoda: Insecta) 1. Complex sensilla consisting of a bundle of sensory cells whose endings are separated from the body by one or more accessory cells, that are receptive to mechanical stimuli; scolopidium. 2. A sense organ perceiving continuous vibration

See also: tangoreceptor