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interorbital

 [in″ter-or´bĭ-tal]
between the orbits.

in·ter·or·bit·al

(in'tĕr-ōr'bi-tăl),
Between the orbits.

interorbital

Lying between the eye sockets (ORBITS).

interorbital

between the orbits.
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The interorbital width had three distinct developments, with the largest being present in S.
Scales cycloid; head scaled except interorbital space, snout and chin; opercle covered by seven large scales; cheek with two horizontal rows of scales below eye; naked lower flange of preopercle thin, greatest width at angle about 2 in orbit diameter in holotype; base of dorsal and anal fins with single row of large elongated scales, one per membrane; last pored scale on lateral line at base of caudal fin enlarged and pointed; terminal scale on midline just posterior to last pored scale very enlarged and pointed; no scales on paired fins; pelvic fins with median ventral process of two elongate scales about three-fourths the length of pelvic spine, thin axillary scale of each pelvic fin about three-fourths the length of pelvic spine.
The mean anthropometrical values of the palpebral fissure and interorbital distance were compared between the two sexes using the independent t test.
Na regiao do osso paraesfenoide (os parasphenoidale) destaca-se o rostro paraesfenoide (rostrum parasphenoidale, RP: Figura 1D) que alcanca 40% da distancia do condilo occipital e o pes pterigoide, articulandose rostralmente com o palatino; funde-se dorsalmente ao septo interorbital e rostralmente contata-se, ainda, com o vomer (facies articularis vomeralis).
And then there are those who don't have a fortune to spend on pet space projects such as the husband and wife team of Randa and Roderick Milliron at Interorbital Systems.
The following sets of dimensions were taken: 1) Standard length: from tip of snout to base of caudal fin; 2) Head length: from tip of snout to posterior margin of opercle; 3) Snout length: from tip of snout to anterior margin of orbit; 4) Predorsal distance: from tip of snout to anterior base of first dorsal ray; 5) Preanal distance: from tip of snout to base of anal fin insertion; 6) Length of base of adipose fin; 7) Caudal peduncle depth: shorter distance from caudal peduncle; 8) Head depth: taken at occipital region; 9) Body depth: at dorsal fin origin; 10) Orbital diameter: taken horizontally; 11) Interorbital width: taken between eyes; 12) Mouth width: width of lower jaw.
The acceptance and enthusiasm has been overwhelming," Discovery News quoted Randa Milliron, chief executive of Interorbital Systems, as saying.
Especimenes examinados Medidas MUSM 24430 MUSM 8922 MUSM 14085 Sexo 9 9 9 Edad Juvenil Adulto Adulto Longitud cabeza y cuerpo 77 86 132 Longitud de la cola 120 139 153 Longitud de la pata 12 13 19 Longitud de la oreja 14 15 23 Longitud maxima craneal 21,06 25,27 35,61 Ancho cigomatico 11,64 14,29 17,75 Constriccion interorbital 4,05 4,45 6,06 Ancho postorbital 4,68 5,45 6,5 Ancho de la caja craneal 9,81 10,95 13,37 Longitud nasal 7,93 9,4 16,35 Longitud I-M5 10,4 12,33 17,23 Longitud M2-5 3,9 4,98 6,42 Peso 6 15 35 Medidas MUSM 14086 * BM 27.
Helcogramma steinitzi has melanophores only on the distal half of the anal fin (in the other two species melanophores cover the entire fin) and a narrow interorbital (16.