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Coelophrys micropus. From station 5115. Ventral view (1); Coelophrys brevipes. From the type. Ventral view (2); Coelophrys oblonga. From the type. Ventral view (3); Coelophrys arca. From the type. Ventral view <4); Coelophrys mollis. From the type. Ventral view (5)
Leptaena rhomboidalis (Silurian)
A, External view of ventral valve.
B, Interior of ventral valve; a, occlusor scars; d, pseudo-deltidium; d,f, divaricator scars; c,a, hinge are; t, teeth
C, Interior of dorsal valve: a.a, anterior occlusor scars; p.a, posterior occlusor scars; c.a, hinge area; c.p, cardinal process; d, chilidium; s, dental sockets; v.s, vascular sinuses
Productus giganteus. Carboniferous Limestone.
A, Interior of dorsal valve.
B, Interior of ventral valve.
C, Transverse section of valves.
D, Hinge line of A:
a, occlusor scars; d, divaricator scars; i, "reniform impressions"; ca, cardinal process; h, hinge line; p, brachial prominence; s, cavity for spiral arms; do, dorsal valve; ve, ventral valve
Conchidium galeatum. TRansverse section. d, Dorsal valve; d.s. dorsal septum; s, socket plate; v, ventral valve; v.s. ventral septum; d.p, dental plate
View of the left half of cistella (Argiope) neapolitiana, which has been cut in two by a median longitudinal incision, to show the disposition of the organs. Partly diagrammatic. The inorganic part of the shell only is shown. The tubular extensions of the mantle ad the organic outer layer are not indicated, and hence the pores appear open.
1. The ventral valve.
2. The dorsal valve.
e. The stalk.
4. The mouth.
5. Lip which overhangs the mouth and runs all round the tentacular arms.
7. Ovary in dorsal valve.
8. Liver diverticula.
9. Occlusor muscle; its double origin is snown.
10. Internal opening of left nephridium.
11. External opening of left nephridium.
12. Ventral adjustor. The line from 10 crosses the dorsal adjustor.
13. Divaricator muscle.
Diagram of the sutures of Ammonites: A, an elaborate suture (Phylloceras); B, a simple suture (Ceralites); s,s, siphonal; s,v., ventral; s.l., first lateral; s,l', second lateral saddles; t.v. ventral; l, first lateral; l', second lateral loce; La,la, auxiliaty lobes. The arrow points towards the aperture
Solea vulgaris : General view of the musculature of the common sole seen from the right side, after removal of the skin. The superficial abductors of the ventral fin have been removed, to expose the elevators and depressors of the ventral fin-rays which lie beneath them; the same dissection has been made along the anterior fourth of the dorsal fin
Ventral view of Male Lobster. Weight 23 pounds. Ventral view of Female Lobster. Weight 1 1/2 pounds
Pacific Oyster, Ostrea turida
Upper View of Closed Valves (1);; Inner Face of Ventral Valve (2);; Outer Face of Ventral Valve (3)
Ventral Surface of a Virgin Female, Showing the Narrow, Triangular Abdomen (fig.3);; Ventral Surface of an Ovigerous Female, Showing the Broad, Semi-Circular Abdomen (Fig.4)
13-Paralichthys albiguttus, Individual (B) on a smooth white background continuously from July 23, 2 p.m., to July 25, 10 a.m. It was alternately on white and on black about equal time during the preceding seven days. The skin actually appeared much whiter and less mottled and the animal less conspicuous than the photograph indicates. This is partly due to the shadow in the background along the ventral side. In specimens kept continuously on white for two months the skin became much more uniformly white. 14- Individual (B) on black and white background (circles 5 mm. in diameter) from August 11, 12 m., to August 13, 1:30 p.m... 15- Individual (B) on black and white background 2 cm. squares from August 24, 11 a.m., to August 27, a.m., after having been adapted to white... 16- Individual (B) on black and white background (circles 5 mm. in diameter) from August 15, 10 a.,m., to August 16, 9 a.m. This photograph shows one of the most remarkable concealing patterns observed. The fish appeared to contain numerous holes.
Ventral view of adult male crab showing copulatory organs
Ventral view of adult male crab
Ventral view of adult female crab showing swimmerets. A, inner swimmerets to which the eggs are attached; B, external openings of oviducts
Ventral view of adult female crab, with broad abdomen
Palaeotropus Hirondellei, d'apres Koehler, face ventral
The interior characteristics of a pelcoypod shell. Left valve of Vesus gnidia: A, anterior; B, posterior; C, dorsal; D, ventral margin; AB, length; CD, breadth of shell; a. m., anterior; p. m., posterior impressions of adductor muscle; p, pallial line; p. s., palial sinus; l, ligamnt; ln, lunule; u, umbo; c, cardinal teeth; a. t., anterior lateral tooth; p. t., posterior lateral tooth
Drawing illustrating the various degrees of union of the mantle lobes: A, mantle completely open; B, rudiments of siphons, mantle still completely open; C, mantle closed at one point; D, mantle closed at two points with complete formation of siphonal apertures; E, development of siphons, ventral closure more extended; F, mantle closed at three points, with fourth orifice: f, foot, s.a., s.b., anal and branchial siphons; 1, 2, 3, first, second and thrid points of closure of mantle; b.a., byssal aperture
Chiton, ventral view: an, anus; cten, ctenidia; f1, foot; mant, mantle-edge; mo, mouth
Ideal or schematic mollusk
1.Dorsal view. 2, Ventral view. 3, horizontal section. 4, vertical median section
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