. Elements of the comparative anatomy of vertebrates. Anatomy, Comparative. T- ^ K A I Z2Z- XI- iVM-—yj ^; 77 mi -Me a, G.J, MH mi. ChTrJnf Eyp SflF^ KXUH) Fig. 139.—Bkain of Hatteria punctata. (A, dorsal; B, ventral; and (', lateral view.) VH, MH, HH, NH, as in Fig. 13S ; J/e(Z, spinal cord; I-XII, cranial nerves ; Lp, process of the hemisphere representing a hippocampal lobe; X.opf, optic nerve ; Ch, optic cliiasma; Tr, optic tract; jvf, infundibiihim ; Hyp, hypophysis ; G.p, pineal body, shown in C continuous with the parietal eye (Pa), and only indicated diagrammatically in A ; B^, curved

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. Elements of the comparative anatomy of vertebrates. Anatomy, Comparative. T- ^ K A I Z2Z- XI- iVM-—yj ^; 77 mi -Me a, G.J, MH mi. ChTrJnf Eyp SflF^ KXUH) Fig. 139.—Bkain of Hatteria punctata. (A, dorsal; B, ventral; and (', lateral view.) VH, MH, HH, NH, as in Fig. 13S ; J/e(Z, spinal cord; I-XII, cranial nerves ; Lp, process of the hemisphere representing a hippocampal lobe; X.opf, optic nerve ; Ch, optic cliiasma; Tr, optic tract; jvf, infundibiihim ; Hyp, hypophysis ; G.p, pineal body, shown in C continuous with the parietal eye (Pa), and only indicated diagrammatically in A ; B^, curved
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. Elements of the comparative anatomy of vertebrates. Anatomy, Comparative. T- ^ K A I Z2Z- XI- iVM-—yj ^; 77 mi -Me a, G.J, MH mi. ChTrJnf Eyp SflF^ KXUH) Fig. 139.—Bkain of Hatteria punctata. (A, dorsal; B, ventral; and (', lateral view.) VH, MH, HH, NH, as in Fig. 13S ; J/e(Z, spinal cord; I-XII, cranial nerves ; Lp, process of the hemisphere representing a hippocampal lobe; X.opf, optic nerve ; Ch, optic cliiasma; Tr, optic tract; jvf, infundibiihim ; Hyp, hypophysis ; G.p, pineal body, shown in C continuous with the parietal eye (Pa), and only indicated diagrammatically in A ; B^, curved ridge at the base of the optic lobe ; h, small elevation in front of the cerebellum.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Wiedersheim, Robert, 1848-1923; Parker, William Newton, 1857-1923. London, Macmillan

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