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Page 63 - Single horn, with the upper branches on the beam rather irregular, and three produced and elongate forked branches from the lower edge of the upper part of the beam.
Page 78 - Sternum. England. Presented by John Ray, Esq. Sternum. Europe. From M. Lefevre's collection. Sternum. Nepal. Presented by BH Hodgson, Esq.
Page 108 - England. Presented by John Ray, Esq. Sternum. Europe. From M. Lefevre's collection. Sternum. Nepal. Presented by BH Hodgson, Esq.
Page 65 - Horns; left divided into four long cylindrical branches, right with two frontal antlers, tip subpalmate ; perhaps of C, Canadensis
Page 63 - Horns larger and thicker, with five branches on upper edge of beam, inner basal branch very long and forked.
Page 67 - but rather smaller, hinder branch of fork longest, the left one with a posterior branch in the middle.
Page 69 - t. 4, f. 9), basal branch of left horn very large, palmated ; of right, simple subulate. Siberia
Page 69 - Skull and horns ; horns, large, long, slender, apex broad, branched behind, no basal branch to right horn.