Big Brown Bat Eptesicus Fuscus Anatomy
Big Brown Bat Eptesicus Fuscus Anatomy

  The big brown bat (Eptesicus fuscus) is a species of vesper bat distributed widely throughout North America, the Caribbean, and the northern portion of South America. It was first described as a species in 1796. Eptesicus fuscus, also known as the Big Brown Bat, ranges from southern Canada, through temperate North America, down through Central America to extreme […]

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Tendon Of Flexor Digitorum Superficialis And Profundus
Tendon Of Flexor Digitorum Superficialis And Profundus

Flexor digitorum profundus originates in the upper 3/4 of the anterior and medial surfaces of the ulna, interosseous membrane and deep fascia of the forearm. The muscle fans out into four tendons (one to each of the second to fifth fingers) to the palmar base of the distal phalanx. Along with the flexor digitorum superficialis, it has […]

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Long-legged Myotis Bat Myotis Volans Anatomy
Long-legged Myotis Bat Myotis Volans Anatomy

Myotis volans is a species of bat found in Order Chiroptera, Family Vespertillionidae. … Myotis volans is also known as the long–legged myotis due to their longer tibia length compared to other myotis species. Their pelage is light brown to chocolate brown or reddish brown and they have short rounded ears. The long-legged myotis is one of western America’s most widely distributed bat species. It […]

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Temporal Expansion Of Buccal Fat Pad
Temporal Expansion Of Buccal Fat Pad

  The buccal fat pad (Bichat’s fat pad, buccal pad of fat), is one of several encapsulated fat masses in the cheek. It is a deep fat pad located on either side of the face between the buccinator muscle and several more superficial muscles (including the masseter, the zygomaticus major, and the zygomaticus minor). It is a deep fat pad located on either side of the face between […]

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Mexican Free-tailed Bat (brazilian Free-tailed Bat) Anatomy
Mexican Free-tailed Bat (brazilian Free-tailed Bat) Anatomy

  The Mexican free-tailed bat (Tadarida brasiliensis) is a medium sized bat. Their fur is reddish to dark brown or gray in color. They have broad, black, forward pointing ears, and wrinkled lips. Their tails extend more than one third beyond the tail membranes; most other bats have tails that are completely enclosed within the tail membranes. […]

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Supratrochlear V., Supraorbital V., Frontal V.
Supratrochlear V., Supraorbital V., Frontal V.

Supratrochlear vein The supratrochlear vein drains a venous plexus on the anterior forehead and scalp. It is a tributary of the angular vein along with the supra-orbital vein. The supratrochlear vein descends down the medial part of the forehead until it reaches the root of the nose where it is connected to its contralateral partner by the transverse nasal […]

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