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- adj. in front and toward the back
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Situated in front and on or toward the back.
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I swear that I have seen a babirusa skull in which one of the canines cut into and back out of the frontal, just anterodorsal to the orbit.
All the figures show an anterodorsal view so that, on account of the size of the first pair of legs, only the tops of the second pair appear in Pl. 2, figs. 1, 3, 5.
Shown in anterodorsal view (A) with interpretive line drawing and labels (B).
Ventrally, the paradiapophyseal lamina forms the anterodorsal margin of a distinct triangular anterior infradiapopyseal fossa.
A series of prominent pyramidal nodes on the anterodorsal surface of the nasals in the holotype of
However, in the old male skulls that I’ve seen (see accompanying images: the woodcut is from Alfred Russel Wallace’s 1869 The Malay Archipelago), the tips of the upper canines begin the anterodorsal part of their curvature a short distance dorsal to the upper surface of the skull, so if they were to continue to grow they would harmlessly curl upwards.
A stout muscle that connects the anterodorsal wall of the pronotum, to the mediolateral aspect of the prephragama (
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