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hemiseptum (noun; plural hemisepta; Greek hemisys, half; Latin septum, wall): (Bryozoa: Stenolaemata) Shelf-like projections into zooid living chambers; usually on proximal walls, but also in pairs on proximal and distal walls which differ in morphology

See also: hemiphragms.