Australian Museum Journal The evolution of the skull and the cephalic muscles: a comparative study of their development and adult morphology. Part II. The Amphibia

Shortform:
Leighton Kesteven, 1944, Aust. Mus. Mem. 8(3): 133–236
Author(s):
Leighton Kesteven, H.
Year published:
1944
Title:
The evolution of the skull and the cephalic muscles: a comparative study of their development and adult morphology. Part II. The Amphibia
Serial title:
Australian Museum Memoir
Volume:
8
Issue:
3
Start page:
133
End page:
236
DOI:
10.3853/j.0067-1967.8.1944.511
Language:
English
Date published:
19 May 1944
Cover date:
19 May 1944
ISSN:
0067-1967
CODEN:
AUNMA5
Publisher:
The Australian Museum
Place published:
Sydney, Australia
Subjects:
AMPHIBIANS
Digitized:
11 June 2009
Reference number:
511
EndNote package:
EndNote file
Title page:
Title page (47kb PDF)
Complete work:
Complete work (17552kb PDF)

Abstract

The Cephalic Muscles of Branchiate Amphibians: 1. The Dipnoi; 2. The Anuran Tadpole; 3. The Urodele Larva; 4. The Perennibranchiate Urodele; 5. Review. The Cephalic Muscles of the Abranchiate Amphibians: 1. The Adult Caducibranchiate Urodeles; 2. The Adult Anura; 3. The Adult Caecilians; 4. Review; Appendix. The Laryngeal Muscles of the Amphibians. The Skulls of the Amphibians: 1. The skull of Neoceratodus; 2. The Skull in the Euamphibia; 3. The Skull in the Embolomeri. The Origin of the Amphibia: 1. General considerations; 2. The Evidence of the Cephalic Muscles on the Phylogeny of the Amphibia; 3. The Serial Homology of certain of the Bones in the Skulls of the Amphibia, and their bearing on the Evolution of the Class.

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