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1. In white grubs, an arrangement of hairs or spines on the underside of the last abdominal segment, in front of the anus.


The smooth area of the raster bordered by parallel rows of zipper-like hairs.
Source: http://www.ent.iastate.edu/imagegal/coleoptera/scarabaeidae/tworasters.html