aeropyle

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aeropyle (noun; Greek aer, air; pyle, orifice): (Arthropoda: Insecta) 1. Rings of cells. 2. In the follicular epithelium, functioning in secretions for chorion formation. 3. Small pores between plastron and spiracles in spiracular gills.