By Carl Gans and John F. Storr (Auth.)
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Branchial region: ventral view (deep) 8. Branchial region: lateral view 9. Axial musculature: cross section, trunk and tail 10. Viscera: lateral view 1 1 . Abdominal arteries: lateral view 1 2 . Abdominal veins: lateral view 1 3 . Heart and afferent branchial circulation: frontal section 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. Efferent branchial circulation: frontal section Urogenital system: male and female Brain: dorsal and ventral views Chondrocranium: cranial nerves and eye muscles Semicircular canals: dorsal, lateral and ventral views 19.
Head: sagittal section Fig. 13. Heart and afferent branchial circulation: frontal section C O M P A R A T A ^ E A N A T O M Y ATLAS/SquaJus acanthias LIST OF DRAWINGS FOR SquaJus acanthias 1. Lateral view 2. Chondrocranium: dorsal, ventral and posterior views 3. Branchial basket: ventral and exploded views 4. Trunk and caudal vertebrae: cross and sagittal sections 5. Gill; dorsal, pectoral and caudal fins 6. Branchial region: ventral view (superficial) 7. Branchial region: ventral view (deep) 8.
6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. macuhsus Lateral view Skull, mandible and anterior vertebrae Thoracic, sacral and caudal vertebrae: anterior and lateral views Shoulder girdle and hyoid: lateral view Shoulder and pelvic girdle: ventral view Anterior musculature: lateral view Anterior musculature: dorsal and ventral views Posterior musculature: lateral view Posterior musculature: ventral view Pharyngeal region: exploded view Viscera: ventral view Abdominal arteries: lateral view Abdominal veins: lateral view and detail Heart and afferent vessels: ventral view Heart and efferent vessels: ventral view Urogenital system Brain: dorsal and ventral views Head: sagittal section LIST OF DRAWINGS FOR Nectmus maculosus 1 .
Comparative Anatomy Atlas by Carl Gans and John F. Storr (Auth.)