10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ZYGOMATA»
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Transactions of the Zoological Society of London
The length of the zygomata in relation to the entire skull, is greatest in the Koala*
and Wombat3. In the former animal they are remarkable for their depth,
longitudinal extent, and straight and parallel course. In the latter they have a
Quaternary Evolution and Biogeography of the Large South ...
Zygomatic arch-relatively shallow zygomata, and masseteric scar unpronounced
(as in most advanced canids) (2-). Deep zygomata and wide masseteric scar (as
in Theriodictis, Protocyon, and Dusicyon austral is) (2+). 2 > 2+ 3. Zygomatic ...
The Hunters Or the Hunted?: An Introduction to African Cave ...
Damage to pterygoids; both zygomata missing; two punctures in right temporal,
one in left temporal. Mandible complete except for chewing on right coronoid
process and right angle of the jaw. 55 + 56. Adult 3 palatal piece, right C, M2-3,
American Bar Foundation, Samuel J. Brakel, Ronald S. Rock, 1971
Carnivoran Evolution: New Views on Phylogeny, Form and Function
However, Sotnikova and Nikolskiy (2006) claimed that the modern lion is derived
in having 'strongly arched zygomata'. Unfortunately, they gave no indication
whether they mean broader zygomata or simply zygomata that are arched in a ...
Anjali Goswami, Anthony Friscia, 2010
Animal Skulls: A Guide to North American Species
The zygomata are stout, especially the jugals (29), which have slender
postorbital processes (30) far to the anterior. The auditory meatus (37) is small.
Canines (31) are smaller and conical, and the infraorbital foramen (32) is oval.
Mammals of Eastern Europe and Northern Asia
Condylobasal length of skull over 55 mm; distance between zygomata
approximately 35 mm. Spines long (34 mm). Ears rather large (52 mm). H.
chorassanicus Laptev. B. Length of spines of adult hedgehogs not less than 24.5
mm (usually ...
Forefeet normal, width less than 10 mm.; ear conch present, sometimes very
slight; head and body length less than 100 mm.; audital bullae absent; zygomata
lacking; first upper incisor flat, without elongated crown Soricidae aa. Forefeet
Hartley Harrad Thompson Jackson, 1961
Fundamentals of Craniofacial Growth
... equally diminished. The zygomata flare out somewhat with anteriorly directed
planar surfaces, but they are less hypertrophied; the anterior-posterior oriented
zygo- maticotemporal processes ("infraorbital plates", Rak, 1983) are more
Andrew D. Dixon, David A.N. Hoyte, Olli Ronning, 1997
The Eastern Cougar: Historic Accounts, Scientific ...
Similar to coryi, of Florida, but cranial characters, especially the anteriorly more
convergent zygomata and narrower, flatter nasals, distinctive. Similar in general
to hippolestes, of Wyoming, but smaller, and skull differing in detail Color. — "
Chris Bolgiano, Jerry Roberts, 2005
The titanotheres of ancient Wyoming, Dakota, and Nebraska
B, Brontops robustus, skull massive, horns comparatively short and transversely
expanded, with thick rugose tips, nasals short and robust, zygomata heavy, two
large incisors, canines short, thick, and conical. C, Diploclonus amplus, horns ...
Henry Fairfield Osborn, 1929