levator anguli oris

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levator anguli oris

a deeply placed oral muscle arising from the maxilla that elevates the corner of the mouth and may help deepen the furrow between the nose and the corner of the mouth during sadness.
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First occurrence of a Pacific Crevalle Jack, Caranx caninus, north of San Diego, California.
Climate and animal distribution: a climatic analysis of the Australian marsupial Trichosurus caninus.
caninus Gunther (eastern Pacific Ocean), Smith-Vaniz et al.
caninus as a valid species, stating "a careful comparison of our large series from the two coasts discloses no differences of importance.
Caninus is more of the same, a little slower and dirgier, but with Budgie and Basil (two pit bulls) filling out the "vocal" duties with snarls, barks and growls.
Bony fishes were represented by a ceratohyal element of Pachyrhizodus caninus and bone fragments of Bananogmius cf.
1 Dermestes ater (DeGeer) 2 50 DErmestes caninus (Gremar) 2 Ischnopyllidae Myodopsylla collinsi (Kohls) 34 [greater than] 200 Tenebrionidae Tencbrio molitor L.
For years, scientists suspected that Xiphactinus ate a smaller sharklike fish, Pachyrhizodus caninus, but had no evidence to prove it.
1903, 68): "Nil tibi cum ternis crucibus rabiose canini / Nam facit ad mores sola sinistra tuos" ("Rabid Caninus, with your three crosses, what's it to you?
2) Mugilidae J 5 Lutjanus argentiventris (2) Lutjanidae J 6 Epinephelus panamensis (2) Serranidae J 7 Hoplopagrus guntheri (2) Lutjanidae J 8 Canthidermis maculatus (1) Balistidae J 9 Gnathanodon speciosus (2) Carangidae J 10 Alectis ciliaris (1) Carangidae J 11 Caranx caninus (1) Carangidae J 12 Caranx caballus (1) Carangidae J 13 Caranx Vinctus (1) Carangidae J 14 Seriola peruana (1) Carangidae J 15 Tylosaurus acus pacificus (1) Belonidae A 16 T.
It was believed that a single crevalle jack species (C hippos) was circumglobal in its distribution, but Smith-Vaniz and Carpenter (2007) divided the species into three taxa, C hippos (Atlantic, mainly western), C caninus (eastern Pacific), and C fischeri (eastern Atlantic).
Common name Scientific name Citation Anchoveta Ctengraulis mysticetus Duffy (1987) Pacific cervalle jack Caranx caninus Duffy (1987) Bonefish Albula vulpes Duffy (1987) White mullet Mugil curema Lea et al.