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Edward Newman's term for: a narrow abdominal segment forming or corresponding to the petiole of a hymenopteran.
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Edward Newman (1801–1876), naturalist. From ancient Greek ποδεών a narrow end from ποδ-, πούς foot + -εών, suffix forming nouns.
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