Digitophobia

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Digitophobia is the fear of finger-like imagery. It is a shape based phobia much like horaphobia, virgaphobia, and trypophobia.

Finger like imagery is used in poisonous creatures like spider legs, the wings of certain insects like dragonflies, wasps, or moths; and the tail feathers of birds like peacocks and birds of paradise (peacocks also use trypophobia - clusters of round objects). Antlers are another example of this imagery. Even certain plants like sea buckthorn use this imagery and bees swarming on tree branches.

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