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extending from the back to the belly

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2013), by the presence of a well-developed amphicoelous centrum, a neural arch placed at midpoint of the centrum dorsal surface, and having a centrum, which is not markedly dorsoventrally compressed.
The fusiform and dorsoventrally flattened L1, about 1.
They have foliaceus body dorsoventrally flattened and can present two distinct regions: the anterior part generally concave turned to the ventral side and the posterior portion connected to it forming a conical extension (SZIDAT, 1969).
The nucleus is characterized by a highly condensed chromatin and its shape is species-specific, although usually flattened dorsoventrally (Pesch and Bergmann, 2006).
To this generic description I would add only that the hind femur is deeply sculptured on its outer face, the hind tibiae are slightly flared distally, and that the antennae, though filiform, are relatively thick and flattened dorsoventrally along their entire length.
Metoposaurids have long, dorsoventrally strongly flattened skulls and small orbits that are placed far forward on the cranium.
In lateral view, the two muscles appear to overlap at their point of origin, but slightly diverge dorsoventrally at the point of insertion.
Some organisms in the Kokosing River, such as the heptageniid mayflies, are well-adapted to high flow conditions and have adaptations for clinging to substrates, such as dorsoventrally flattened bodies and holdfast organs (Hora 1930).
The body of the snake was in a loosely-coiled dorsoventrally compressed position, which had collected water, and then it proceeded to drink water droplets off its dorsum for ca.
Akashiwo sanguinea has a length ranging from 30 to 35 [micro]m, a width ranging from 25 to 29 [micro]m and a cross section that is dorsoventrally compressed or circular in nature.
Cells very long and thin, slightly sigmoid, with a thin "neck", in lateral view slightly inflated in the anterior quarter (midbody), continuously tapering into a long "tail", which is slightly curved upward and terminated with three spinules, one of which (subterminal, located at elbow) faces downward and the other two (terminal, located symmetrically on both sides of the "tail") upward; distal part of the "tail" is slightly widened, truncate and dorsoventrally compressed.
Body divided into a relatively large, dorsoventrally flattened forebody, much smaller hindbody with maximum width occurring pre-acetabular (Fig.
0), circular or subcircular, dorsoventrally compressed, with flat faces and very thin and sharp margins (Fig.
Generally, smaller and more dorsoventrally flattened than native UK barnacle species (Semibalanus balanoides, Balanus crenatus), E.