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M3#523_M3023_JAG

Skull, left mandible and muscles of Myrmecophaga tridactyla.

Data citation: Ferreira-Cardoso S., Fabre P.-H., de Thoisy B., Delsuc F., Hautier L., 2020. M3#523_M3023_JAG. doi: 10.18563/m3.sf.523

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buccinatorius pars externa, buccinatorius pars interna, intermandibularis anterior, masseter profundus, masseter superficialis, mylohyoideus pars anterior, pterygoideus externus pars inferior, pterygoideus externus pars superior, pterygoideus medius pars anterior, pterygoideus medius pars posterior, temporalis profundus pars lateralis, temporalis profundus pars medialis, temporalis superficialis, temporalis superficialis pars zygomatica

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Collection
Collection : JAGUARS, Association Kwata, Cayenne, Guyane, France

Inventory number : M3023_JAG


Information
Sex : indet

Age group : Adult

Age (if applicable) :

Material Type : head

Origin : Zoo (French Guiana)

Taxonomy
Class : Mammalia

Order : Pilosa

Family : Myrmecophagidae

Genus : Myrmecophaga

Species :tridactyla


Description
Head and left mandible, masticatory, facial-masticatory, and intermandibular muscles.

Related article
3D models related to the publication: “Comparative masticatory myology in anteaters and its implications for interpreting morphological convergence in myrmecophagous placentals”
Sérgio Ferreira-Cardoso, Pierre-Henri Fabre, Benoît de Thoisy, Frédéric Delsuc and Lionel Hautier
Keywords: anteaters; comparative anatomy; convergence; masticatory apparatus; myology; myrmecophagy

doi: 10.18563/journal.m3.114

  Abstract

    The present 3D Dataset contains the 3D models described in “Comparative masticatory myology in anteaters and its implications for interpreting morphological convergence in myrmecophagous placentals”. 


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Published in Volume 06, issue 04 (2020)

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