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telamon (noun; Greek telamon, strap): 1. A supporting band.

2. (NEMATA: Secernentea) A thickening of the anterior cloacal wall in the order Strongylida, that acts as an accessory guiding structure for the spicules; sometimes erroneously applied in plant parasites to the gubernacular capitulum.