Definitions for "Cirri"
Fleshy, downward protuberances from the upper lip of some male salamanders of the family Plethodontidae, such as Eurycea cirrigera. The cirri are thought to help the males detect chemical excretions from females and competing males during the breeding season.
whisker-like appendages that project downward from the nostrils of some male plethodontid salamanders.
A tendril-like animal appendage; the jointed thoracic appendages of barnacles.
Short, stubby organs located above the eyes of some coldwater species.
Branched, tentacle-like growths above the eyes of some coldwater marine fishes.
Keywords:  cirrus, see
See Cirrus.
Keywords:  finger, structures
finger-like structures.