A modified form of the plumose seta in which setules are found in a row on only one side [Wilson, 1989].

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  • setulate seta — A seta with one or more rows of setules. It is different from plumose or hemiplumose setae in that the row is limited to a section of the shaft, and does not extend from base to tip [Wilson, 1989] …   Crustacea glossary

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