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The osteology of the Ross seal (Ommatophoca rossi) is defined. The bones of this species heavily resemble these of Leptonychotes, the single different Monachinae for which a common osteology is on the market. The hand and foot of Ommatophoca are particularly longer than these of different phocids, and a number of other features of this seal are adaptative adjustments for swimming and for swallowing huge prey. attainable sexual discriminating features are mentioned.
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266, pi. 13, First to fourth legs (Figures 5h-5n) also similar to figs. 2, 23, 32, 34; pi. 37, figs. 5, 8. those of S. profunda, with endopod not produced disScolecithricella vittata; Sars, 1925, p. 190, pi. 52, tally into a spiniform process along external edge and figs. -Farran, 1926, p. 259; 1929, p. -Rose, 1933, p. 158, fig. -Farran, 1936, than second and third exopodal spines. Inner p. -Rose, 1942, p. 140, figs. -Wilson, marginal spinules on second leg basis found in S. pro 1950, p. 335, pi.
The species has been recorded from the temperate North Atlantic [Sars, 1925], the Bay of Biscay [Farran, 1926], the Florida Current [Owre and Foyo, 1967], off New Zealand [Farran, 1929], the Great Barrier Reef [Farran, 1936], the Copyright American Geophysical Union Antarctic Research Series Biology of the Antarctic Seas IX PARK: CALANOID COPEPODS OF Vol. 31 41 SCOLECITHRICELLA Fig 7 Scolecithricella dentata female: a, anterior end of head, lateral; 6, forehead, lateral; c posterior part of body; d genital segment, lateral; e, rostrum, anterior; f, antenna; & mandible; h, maxillule; i, distal part of maxilla; j maxilliped; *, first leg, anterior; I, second leg, posterior; m, third leg, posterior; n, fourth leg, posterior; and o, fifth pair of legs, posterior.
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