Memoir on the Anatomy of the Humpback Whale, Megaptera Longimana

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Maclachlan and Stewart, 1889 - Whales - 188 pages

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Page 26 - The greatest depth of these fossae is at about the junction of the lower and middle thirds of the bone.
Page 25 - ... at about the junction of the anterior and middle thirds of the...
Page 48 - This was at about the junction of the middle and distal thirds of the interval between the pisiform and the tip of digit V.
Page 1 - By JOHN STRUTHERS, MD,, Professor of Anatomy in the University of Aberdeen.
Page 16 - entirely black on the belly, but nearly the whole of the thorax (ie, chest and throat) was white, the chin being black, with a few white flecks.
Page 9 - ... which is probably to admit of the elongation or projection of the nipple. On the outside of this there is another small fissure, which, I imagine, is likewise intended to give greater facility to the movements of all these parts.
Page 128 - ... a little above the junction of the lower and middle thirds of the bone, somewhat higher up on the 10th.
Page 32 - I had been long familiar, that in the cetacea there is an epiphysis at both ends of each phalanx and also at both ends of each metacarpal bone.
Page 15 - ... the black extending down the anterior edge, with a few small irregular black marks lower down.
Page 47 - B. musculus, the ulnar flexor being about a third the size of the radial flexor, instead of larger than it, as in B. musculus. The...

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