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Title: Anatomical and zoological researches: comprising an account of the zoological results of the two expeditions to western Yunnan in 1868 and 1875; and a monograph of the two cetacean genera, Platanista and Orcella
Author: John Anderson
Imprint: London, 1878


SIMMIDAE. Fig. 7. - Lateral view of the skull of the Irawady monkey (female) M. assamensis. Fig. 8. - Upper view of the same skull as Fig. 7.
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RHIZOMYS. Fig. 11. - Stomach of Rhyzomys pruinosus, Blyth. Nat. size.
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CETACEA. Fig. 25. Ninth dorsal vertebrae seen from behind, reduced nearly 1/8th natural size. Fig. 26. Sixth rib of the Sittan Whale, reduced 1/8th natural size.
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PLATANISTA. Fig. 18. Magnified views of small ear bones of Platanista.
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RODENTIA. Fig. 12. - Stomach of Rhizomys badius, Hodg. Nat. size.
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BALAENOPTERA. Fig. 22. Ninth dorsal vertebra, 1/8th natural size. Fig. 23. Posterior view of the sixth caaudal vertebra, 1/8th natural size. Fig. 24. Upper aspect of the sixth caudal, 1/8th natural size.
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CETACEA. Fig. 21. Posterior view of the cervical vertebrae of the B. edeni, 3/16th natural size.
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BALAENOPTERA. Fig. 27. The aspect of the humerus... Fig. 28. Hyoid bone of the Sittang Whale...
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Map Illustrating the Distribution of the Fluviatile Cetacea of India and Burma.
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PLATANISTA. Series of teeth of Platanista gangetica, to illustrate their growth and wearage. All drawn of natural dimensions.
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PLATANISTA. Fig. 16. Outlines of the casts of the cranial cavities of Orcella and Palanista, the latter the internal, and the former the external outline: drawn to one scale.
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CETACEA. Fig. 17. A, the eye of Platanista of natural size, seen from the outside. B, a horizontal section throug the right eyeball...
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CETACEA. Fig. 14. A sketch (natural size) of the surface of a portion of the second cavity of the stomach of Platanista...
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PLATANISTA. Fig. 18. A sketch of the extended penis (P) and cut umbilical cord (u) of the foetus of Platanista. Drawn of natural size.
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PLATANISTA. A vertical section through the head of Platanista gangetica, slight to the right of the median line, designed to show the spiracular gavity and sacs, the fibrous blubber of the forehead, interior of brain cavity, and nerves supplying the teeth
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MACACUS. Fig. 9. - Skull of Macacus lasiotis, 3/4 nat. size. Fig. 10. - Upper view of skull of M. lasiotis, 3/4 nat. size.
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SIMMIDAE. Fig. 5. - Skull of M. rhesus, from Nepal, the type of Hodgson's M. (pithex) oinops. 3/4 nat. size.
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SIMMIDAE. Fig. 3. - Lateral aspect of the cranium of the variety of M. rhesus, Desm., found in Yunnan. 3/4 nat. size. Fig. 4. - Upper aspect of the cranium of the variety of M. rhesus, Desm., found in Yunnan. 3/4 nat. size.
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MACACUS. Fig. 6. - Upper aspect of the skull fig. 5. 3/4 nat. size.
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SIMMIDAE. Fig. 1. - Profile of the skull of the male Leonine Monkey (Macacus leoninus) from Burma. 3/4 nat. size. Fig. 2. - Upper view of skull of M. Leoninus, from Burma. 3/4 nat. size.
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REPTILIA. Fig. 30. Fig. 31. Skull of Trionyx peguensis, Gray.
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CHELONIA. Fig. 29. Skull of Trionyx peguensis, Gray.
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CETACEA. Fig. 19. The right forearm of Platanista diessected on its inner surface to show musculo-tendinous parts as described in text... Fig. 20. A view of the foreshortened narrow ulnar margin of limb...
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