tracheal spiracle One of the two kinds of respiratory organ found in spiders (compare BOOK LUNGS). They are located just anterior to the spinnerets. The fastest-moving spiders have two pairs of tracheal spiracles; these are also commonly found in small species, for which water loss is a special consideration.
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