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On the morphology of the skull in the Paraguayan Lepidosiren and in other Dipnoids

T. W. Bridge

On the morphology of the skull in the Paraguayan Lepidosiren and in other Dipnoids

by T. W. Bridge

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Published by s.n. in [London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lungfishes -- Anatomy.,
  • Skull -- Morphology.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Professor T.W. Bridge.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp.325-376, [2] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages376
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20602507M

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On the morphology of the skull in the Paraguayan Lepidosiren and in other Dipnoids by T. W. Bridge Download PDF EPUB FB2

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J Morphol. Feb;(2) Studies on the morphology and function of the skull in the Boidae (Serpentes). Morphology and function of the jaw apparatus in Phython sebae and Python molurus. Accordingly, the view that Plesiorycteropus is unambiguously aardvarklike in its morphology and adaptations is not supported in this study.

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Morphology and ontogenetic changes in the skull and hyobranchium of the Permo-Carboniferous temnospondyl Archegosaurus decheni from the Saar–Nahe.

Introduction. The pterion is a craniometric point near the sphenoid fontanelle of the skull. It is a point of convergence of the sutures between the frontal, sphenoid, parietal, and squamous temporal bones [].There are varied patterns of articulation of these bones and sometimes a.

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[Benjamin P. Kear] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Benjamin P. Kear. Vol. 20, No. 6, pp.$ + Printed in Great Britain Pergamon Press plc MORPHOLOGY AND DISTRIBUTION OF SENSILLA ON THE CEPHALIC APPENDAGES, TARSI AND OVIPOSITOR OF THE EUROPEAN SUNFLOWER MOTH, HOMOEOSOMA NEBULELLA DEN.

& SCHIFF. (LEPIDOPTERA PYRALIDAE) MICHEL J. FAUCHEUX Laboratoire d'Endocrinologie des. Collin SP () Morphology, Characterization and Distribution of Retinal Photoreceptors in the South American (Lepidosiren paradoxa) and Spotted African (Protopterus dolloi) Lungfishes.

Front. Ecol. Evol. doi: /fevo Morphology, Characterization and Distribution of Retinal Photoreceptors in the South American. VOL.ARTICLE 6: CRANIAL MORPHOLOGy OF THE EUROPEAN JURASSIC TURTLES 'PORTLANDEMYS' AND 'PLESIOCHELYS'. [Gaffney, Eugene S.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

VOL. ARTICLE 6: CRANIAL MORPHOLOGy OF THE EUROPEAN JURASSIC TURTLES 'PORTLANDEMYS' AND 'PLESIOCHELYS'.Author: Eugene S. Gaffney. RAMASWAMI: Oranial Morphology ofUraeotyphlus. Peters () noted that the skull of TJraeotyphlus closely ed that of Ichthyophis, and, therefore, both differed considerably from that in the other genera.

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2, Digital rendering of N. major skull (C) from which the digital endocast in Figure 5 was recon-structed. 3, are negative and positive lateral radiographs of Nesophontes spp. endocranial morphology and space. Confuciusornis sanctus has been heralded as a bird with an ancestrally diapsid skull, although this does not match its phylogenetic position as determined by other skeletal features.

Based on 13 cranial specimens in European collections, we demonstrate that the observed scaffolding in the temporal region is highly derived and comparable to some of 21–23 cases of secondary bridges across the.

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xanthosomus was ± mm S.D., range – mm (N = 15).In newly metamorphosed P. xanthosomus a single naris of the olfactory chamber was positioned on either side of the head, between the eye and the mouth (Fig. 1A). Each naris comprised an anterior (in-current) and posterior (out-current) nasal nostril, divided by a nasal overpass (Fig.

1B).