cleithra


cleithra
plural of cleithrum

Dictionary of ichthyology. 2009.

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  • ossa cleithra — plural of os cleithrum …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • intercleithral cartilage — one of the median cartilages lying between the ventral ends of the cleithra of Gobioidei. The ventral intercleithral cartilage is smaller and lies between the antero ventral tips of the cleithra. The pelvic intercleithral cartilage lies between… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • os cleithrum — (plural ossa cleithra)) cleithrum (plural cleithra)(the principal bow shaped bone of the pectoral girdle, dermal in origin, forming the rear margin of the gill cavity. It articulates dorsally with the supracleithrum and ventrally with the scapula …   Dictionary of ichthyology

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  • cleithral symphysis — the junction of the ventral and anterior ends of the cleithra, often visible as a cartilaginous ridge in larvae …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • cleithrum — (plural cleithra)) the principal bow shaped bone of the pectoral girdle, dermal in origin, forming the rear margin of the gill cavity. It articulates dorsally with the supracleithrum and ventrally with the scapula and coracoid, and meets its… …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • scorpaeniform — Introduction also called  mail cheeked fish,         any member of the order Scorpaeniformes, a group of bony fishes that includes the sea robins, sculpins, and numerous other forms. They are characterized by a plate of bone running across each… …   Universalium


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