One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The posterior part of the notum (dorsal skeleton) of a thoracic segment, when present as a distinct sclerotized region (usually regarded as intersegmental in origin).
1920s; earliest use found in Robert Tillyard (b. 1881). From post- + notum, after mesonotum and pronotum.
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