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Branchial Aperture

The genus Myxine contains hagfish in which the branchial sacs on each side open to the exterior by a common branchial aperture which is ventral in position. . to the generic definition; but no more so than some features in other species.

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CORELLA HALL!
The branchial aperture is terminal anteriorly; the atrial aperture is also anterior and dorsal to the branchial aperture. Both apertures are sessile. Mantle.
MYROCONGRIDAE) FROM THE PACIFIC OCEAN
dark-pigmented teeth, a large slit-like branchial aperture and bright orange body coloration. RESUME. - Myroconger prolixus n.s
Occurrence Of Ascidian _Molgula Sp_. From The Coastal Waters Of
The anterior end was wide, straight, truncated, and had an aperture at each extremity, they scarcely projected, and were inconspicuous.
A New Genus and Species of Myxinidae (Cyclostomata)
The Myxinidae contains Myxiniformes which have one branchial aperture on each side.
Threatened fishes of the world: Amblyopsis spelaea DeKay, 1842
Large branchial aperture with six branchiostegous rays on each side. Total gill rakers: 7. Total vertebrae: 29–30.

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EUdict | internal branchial aperture | English-Tamil dictionary
English-Tamil translation for internal branchial aperture - online dictionary EUdict .com.
Zoology : Gills
They open outside through an exterior branchial aperture also called gill slit.
Chapter XLII. Tunicata
CORELLA HALL!
The branchial aperture is terminal anteriorly; the atrial aperture is also anterior and dorsal to the branchial aperture. Both apertures are sessile. Mantle.
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