Hummingbird Muscle Anatomy

Hummingbird Muscle Anatomy
 

Hummingbird Muscle Anatomy

 
Hummingbird Muscle Anatomy

Hummingbird Muscle Anatomy

In this image, you will find hummingbird muscle anatomy, depressor mandibulae, mandibularis epibranchialis, tensor propatagialis short tendon, flexor digitorum superficialis, pronator profundus, biceps brachii, interosseus dorsalis, flexor carpi ulnaris, triceps brachii, latissimus dorsi cranialis, latissimus dorsi caudalis, scapulohumeralis caudalis in it.

You may also find cutaneous costohumeralis, external abdominal oblique, serratus superficialis caudalis, flexor cruris lateralis, levaator caudae, lateralis caudae, depressor caudae, pubocaudalis exteernus, external abdominal oblique, rectus abdominis, gastrocnemius external head, intermediate digital flexors, fibularis longus as well.

This picture also contains other parts such gastrocnemius,
pectoralis thoracis, biventer cervicis, spinalis cervicis, ascendentes, intertransversarii, longus colli ventralis, trachea, rectus capitis dorsalis, complexus,
rectus capitis lateralis, abductor mandibulae externus and so on.

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