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metaneme (noun; Greek meta, after; nema, thread): (NEMATA) Filamentous organs in or near the lateral epidermal cords that usually have anterior and sometimes posterior filaments and a central scapulus; thought to be stretch receptors

See also: orthometaneme, propriocepter.