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The term capitulum can refer to several things:
- In botany:
- In zoology:
- the capitulum of the humerus in vertebrates
- the gnathosoma of ticks and mites
- in stalked barnacles, the armoured portion within which the appendages and most of the viscera are located
- a genus of goose barnacles
- a part of the female Lepidoptera genitalia
- a structure similar to an elaiosome found on the eggs of some species of stick insects
- A typographic symbol to mark chapters or paragraphs, now evolved into the pilcrow
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