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buccal cone

these are wall structures in the buccal cavity without suckers, but with a sticky glandular epithelium used in capturing prey; the eversible cones can be covered by the hood over the head. Sometimes the cones have slender filaments at the top: cone filaments.

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buccal cones
cone filaments

Multimedia:
Dissecting buccal mass