. The anatomy of the frog. Frogs -- Anatomy; Amphibians -- Anatomy. THE ruHE-LIxMB. 41 on this bone towards the middle line (Figs. 32, 34), where it widens out^ and is united by its external margin with the sternum, thus forming the precoracoid as already described, see p. 40. These connections are best seen in young animals, as is shown in Fig. 34. The clavicle [ci) is of ossifying cartilage ; the cartilage (e), the epicoracoid, is very large, and hyaline, and at cl runs directly into the epicoracoids, which are here united mesially by ligament. In the fully developed animal the whole of the

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. The anatomy of the frog. Frogs -- Anatomy; Amphibians -- Anatomy. THE ruHE-LIxMB. 41 on this bone towards the middle line (Figs. 32, 34), where it widens out^ and is united by its external margin with the sternum, thus forming the precoracoid as already described, see p. 40. These connections are best seen in young animals, as is shown in Fig. 34. The clavicle [ci) is of ossifying cartilage ; the cartilage (e), the epicoracoid, is very large, and hyaline, and at cl runs directly into the epicoracoids, which are here united mesially by ligament. In the fully developed animal the whole of the
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. The anatomy of the frog. Frogs -- Anatomy; Amphibians -- Anatomy. THE ruHE-LIxMB. 41 on this bone towards the middle line (Figs. 32, 34), where it widens out^ and is united by its external margin with the sternum, thus forming the precoracoid as already described, see p. 40. These connections are best seen in young animals, as is shown in Fig. 34. The clavicle [ci) is of ossifying cartilage ; the cartilage (e), the epicoracoid, is very large, and hyaline, and at cl runs directly into the epicoracoids, which are here united mesially by ligament. In the fully developed animal the whole of the epicoracoid changes to calcified cartilage, as also does the precoracoid lying in the groove of the clavicle. B. Bones of the Fore Limb. 1. The arm has but one bone. The humerus, os hmeri (Figs. 0^^, 36, 37). The shaft of the humerus is, on the whole, cylindrical, the middle part being the Fig. 35- Fig. 36. Fig. 37.. 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.. Ecker, Alexander, 1816-1887; Haslam, George. Oxford, Clarendon Press

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