Intermediate Dorsal Cutaneous

Some articles on dorsal, intermediate dorsal cutaneous, dorsal cutaneous:

Dorsal Digital Nerves Of Foot
... Dorsal digital nerves of foot are branches of the intermediate dorsal cutaneous nerve, medial dorsal cutaneous nerve, sural nerve and deep fibular nerve ... There are 10 total dorsal digital branches ... terminal branch (internal branch) divides into two dorsal digital nerves (nn ...
Stout Whiting - Description
... The stout whiting is similar in appearance to a number of Australian sillaginids, with dorsal fin and swimbladder morphology the best identification features ... The dorsal fin is composed of 2 sections the first consisting of 11 spines and the second of 1 spine followed by 16 to 18 soft rays ... Large specimens show a distinct anterior keel on the first spine of the first dorsal fin, with this feature being more pronounced in the eastern population ...
Lobopod Gut - Representative Taxa
... with long, stilt-like legs and mysterious fleshy dorsal protuberances, and was long considered a prime example of the way in which nature experimented with the most diverse and bizarre body ... that this reconstruction had placed the animal upside-down interpreting the "stilts" as dorsal spines made it clear that the fleshy "dorsal" protuberances were actually legs ...
Dorsal Ligament
... Dorsal ligament can refer to Dorsal radioulnar ligament Dorsal radiocarpal ligament Dorsal cuboideonavicular ligament Dorsal intercarpal ligament Dorsal intercuneiform ligaments Dorsal tarsometatarsal ligaments Dorsal ...
Snake Mackerel - Description
... There are two dorsal fins the first is long and spiny, and is followed immediately by the second, which contains 1 tiny spine and 11-14 soft rays ... The anal fin originates opposite the second dorsal fin and consists of 2 free spines followed by 1 spine and 10-12 rays ... The dorsal and anal fins are followed by 6-7 finlets ...

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