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vibraculum (noun; plural vibracula; Latin diminutive vibrare, to vibrate): (Bryozoa: Gymnolaemata) A heterozooid with the operculum in the form of a long bristle or seta between pivots, supposedly used to sweep away detritus and settling larvae.