dorsal rib
epipleural bone (rib)(one of a series of bones found in the horizontal septum (separating the upper and lower muscle masses of the body - epaxials and hypaxials). Epipleural ribs may be associated with the anterior pleural ribs, e.g. in Perca or the vertebra, e.g. in Gobiidae. Also called intermuscular bone)

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