RMREHDMM. College collection of palaeontology. Iguana, whence the name. They are characterized by the prismatic, slightly curved form of the crown, the presence of from two to four longitudinal ridges on the enameled face, and the serrated margins and summit. The teeth of the upper jaw are curved in the opposite direction to those of the lower, and have their convexity external. From the Wealden clay of Sussex, England. No. 60. [1393] Iguanodon Mantelli, Meyer. Left Hind Foot (cast). The Iguanodon had large hollow limb-bones and un- guiculate feet, the hind pair having only three well developed toes.
RMREHDN3. College collection of palaeontology. 42 VERTEBRATA.. Iguana, whence the name. They are characterized by the prismatic, slightly curved form of the crown, the presence of from two to four longitudinal ridges on the enameled face, and the serrated margins and summit. The teeth of the upper jaw are curved in the opposite direction to those of the lower, and have their convexity external. From the Wealden clay of Sussex, England. No. 60. [1393] Iguanodon Mantelli, Meyer. Left Hind Foot (cast). The Iguanodon had large hollow limb-bones and un- guiculate feet, the hind pair having only three well
RMRG72F3. Bulletin - United States National Museum. Science. Figure 8.—Cephalopholis mjniatus (Forskal), variation depressible and edges of each jaw with outer row little larger; man- dible with 6 rows in front narrowing to single inner row posteriorly; pair of canines in front of each jaw; minute teeth on vomer and palatines; interorbital 6*4 to 6%, convex; preopercle edge minutely and unevenly serrated; lower opercle spine little more advanced and upper more distant from median. Gill rakers 8 or 9 + 14 to 17, little longer than gill filaments or one-half of eye; 5 to 7 above and below rudimentary. S