Annali Del Museo Civico Di Storia Naturale "Giacomo Doria"., Volume 33

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The Museum., 1893 - Natural history
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Page 346 - H. arbórea, broader than long; snout rounded, shorter than the diameter of the .orbit; canthus rostralis distinct; loreal region slightly concave; interorbital space as broad as the upper eyelid; tympanum distinct, half the diameter of the eye; fingers with a short web at the base; no projecting rudiment of pollex; toes hardly two-thirds webbed; disks a little smaller than the tympanum; subarticular tubercles moderate; inner...
Page 329 - Body much elongate, limbs weak; the distance between the end of the snout and the fore limb is contained once and three fourths in the distance between axilla and groin.
Page 346 - Head broader than long; snout rounded, shorter than the diameter of the orbit; canthus rostralis obtuse; loreal region...
Page 345 - Snout pointed, as long as the diameter of the orbit; canthus rostralis angular; loreal region concave; nostril nearer the end of the snout than the eye; interorbital space broader than the upper eyelid; tympanum distinct, about two fifths the diameter of the eye.
Page 346 - Fingers free ; toes half-webbed ; disks of fingers as large as the tympanum ; snbarticular tubercles moderate ; a small inner metatarsal tubercle. The tibio-tarsal articulation reaches between the eye and the tip of the snout.
Page 329 - ... in the distance between axilla and groin. Snout short, obtuse. Lower eyelid scaly. Nostril pierced in the...
Page 344 - ... and the end of the snout ; interorbital space as broad as or a little narrower than the upper eyelid;. tympanum distinct, three-fifths the diameter of the eye.
Page 341 - ... loreal region concave ; nostril a little nearer the end of the snout than the eye ; interorbital space as broad as the upper eyelid ; tympanum slightly distinct, two-fifths the diameter of the eye.

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