aponeurosis plantaris

plan·tar ap·o·neu·ro·sis

[TA]
the thick, central portion of the fascia investing the plantar muscles; it radiates toward the toes from the medial process of the calcaneal tuberosity and provides some attachment for the short flexor muscle of the toes.
See also: plantar fascia.
Synonym(s): aponeurosis plantaris [TA]

aponeurosis plantaris

Plantar aponeurosis, see there.
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The only unambiguous putative synapomorphy (found in all trees) is the character state 44(1) (Origin of the tendo superficialis hallucis from the aponeurosis plantaris including some fibers of the m.
0 From the internal surface of the aponeurosis plantaris
2 From a superficial tendon that emerges centrally on the plantar surface of the aponeurosis plantaris