The most prominent feature to define this group is the separation of toes and “fingers” (Figs. 235 and 236). They are clearly divergent and will not become parallel until much later. The pinna covers more than half of the external auditory meatus. In the unfixed state, the superficial veins are often distinctly visible (Fig. 235).
KeywordsOssification Center Umbilical Hernia Tunica Albuginea External Auditory Meatus Stellate Reticulum
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