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acron (noun; Greek akros, tip): 1. (Arthropoda) The anterior unsegmented, or indistinguishably fused, body segments. a In Crustacea, ophthalmic somite; presegmental region. b.In Insecta, the prostomium.

2. (Mollusca) The prostomal region of trochophore larva.