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M3#1490

Masticatory apparatus of Zenkerella

Data citation: Léa Da Cunha Logo, Pierre-Henri Fabre Logo and Lionel Hautier Logo, 2024. M3#1490. doi: 10.18563/m3.sf.1490

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anterior belly of the digastric, anterior deep masseter, aponeurosis of the superficial masseter, external pterygoid, internal pterygoid, lateral temporal, mandible, medial temporal, orbital portion of the infraorbital part of the zygomaticomandibularis, orbital temporal, posterior belly of the digastric, posterior deep masseter, rostral portion of the infraorbital part of the zygomaticomandibularis, skull, superficial masseter, tendon of the digastric, tendon of the zygomaticomandibularis, transverse mandibular, zygomaticomandibularis

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Collection
Collection : Natural History Museum, London (UK)

Inventory number : 5.5.23.27


Information
Sex : indet

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Material Type : Skull, jaw, and muscles

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Taxonomy
Class : Mammalia

Order : Rodentia

Family : Zenkerellidae

Genus : Zenkerella

Species :insignis


Description
Masticatory apparatus of Zenkerella

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3D models related to the publication: Springhares, flying and flightless scaly-tailed squirrels (Anomaluromorpha, Rodentia) are the squirrely mouse: comparative anatomy of the masticatory musculature and its implications on the evolution of hystricomorphy in rodents
 
Léa Da Cunha, Pierre-Henri Fabre and Lionel Hautier
Published online: 05/07/2024

Keywords: anatomy; Anomaluromorpha; hystricomorphy; masticatory muscles

https://doi.org/10.18563/journal.m3.235

  Abstract

    This contribution contains the 3D model(s) described and figured in the following publication: Da Cunha, L., Fabre, P.-H. & Hautier, L. (2024) Springhares, flying and flightless scaly-tailed squirrels (Anomaluromorpha, Rodentia) are the squirrely mouse: comparative anatomy of the masticatory musculature and its implications on the evolution of hystricomorphy in rodents. Journal of Anatomy, 244, 900–928.
      


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