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Les cartilages larynges du Blaireau


, : Les cartilages larynges du Blaireau. Mammalia Paris, 15: 47-49

The laryngeal cartilages of Meles meles are descr. briefly. A pair of special "sub-arytenoid" cartilages, fused and interposed between the arytenoid muscles, replace the median raphe of domestic mammals.


Accession: 022948242

DOI: 10.1515/mamm.1951.15.1.47

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